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post #21 of 30
a volt meter is a tool that you use to check the voltages of electronic's actually basically anything with a eletric current.
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post #22 of 30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey44
a volt meter is a tool that you use to check the voltages of electronic's actually basically anything with a eletric current.
Ah okay.
I don't have that laying around is there any others way to check?
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post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by PigLetPInk
Ah okay.
I don't have that laying around is there any others way to check?
Maybe take it to a local eletronic shop.
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well there is a way to make sure your PSU is working, take a paperclip and bend it so you have a shape of a U. and put into (crapola i forgot which pin's ) i can't check because my psu is heavly shielded... can someone finish what im saying for me, im pretty sure someone knows what im suggesting. It's to make sure your PSU is working you will see your PSU fan start spinning, there is no harm in trying diffrent pins as long as you have yourself grounded.(But a volt Meter is much more effecient as you know how many volt's is going to your board.
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http://www.duxcw.com/faq/ps/ps4.htm

Check this site to test your PSU.
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pigletpink, is your comp fixed or are you still having problems with it...i cnat tell with all the solicating going on.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rejectcase
pigletpink, is your comp fixed or are you still having problems with it...i cnat tell with all the solicating going on.
Yeah i still have problems.
Now my mother thinks i broke it lolz.
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Wow, someone knew what i was talking about. kilzon thumps up to you.
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post #29 of 30
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It's okay now .
My mother has found the receipt for the warranty.
So i gave it to futureshop lolz.(thats where i bought it)
So now if they don't fix it in 60 day's they will get me a new rig.
Awww 60 days without my computer .
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post #30 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey44
well there is a way to make sure your PSU is working, take a paperclip and bend it so you have a shape of a U. and put into (crapola i forgot which pin's ) i can't check because my psu is heavly shielded... can someone finish what im saying for me, im pretty sure someone knows what im suggesting. It's to make sure your PSU is working you will see your PSU fan start spinning, there is no harm in trying diffrent pins as long as you have yourself grounded.(But a volt Meter is much more effecient as you know how many volt's is going to your board.
i think what you meant was plug a paperclip into a black pin, and the green pin. i do this to power on my PSU all the time. i wrapped something around the paperclip so i can remove it without being shocked (im no psu expert, so i take precautions). its a good way to test if your psu is the problem without plugging it into the motherboard. dont know if this will help, but figured id throw in my 2 cents.
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