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post #11 of 22
the same thing happens to boards not properly screwed in... use set screws before you try anything else.
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post #12 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by klewiss
the same thing happens to boards not properly screwed in... use set screws before you try anything else.
That's not true. You can run a motherboard on the desk with no mounting or screws at all and it works fine. I've done it.

OzziKing, it sounds like a bad CPU to me. Do you have another rig you can test with? If not, try contacting the place you got it from about an RMA. It shouldn't be too hard to get replaced.
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post #13 of 22
Just checking, but is the 4 pin 12v plugged in to the mobo?
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post #14 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by pjlietz
Just checking, but is the 4 pin 12v plugged in to the mobo?
please tell me it is!!! maybe since it is a closet mobo it is old enough to not have one?
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post #15 of 22
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Originally Posted by Fishie36
That's not true. You can run a motherboard on the desk with no mounting or screws at all and it works fine. I've done it.

OzziKing, it sounds like a bad CPU to me. Do you have another rig you can test with? If not, try contacting the place you got it from about an RMA. It shouldn't be too hard to get replaced.
you do not understand. if some of the sodered points on the bottom of the board touch the case, and aren't supposed to, it causes the board to auto-power off.
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post #16 of 22
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you do not understand. if some of the sodered points on the bottom of the board touch the case, and aren't supposed to, it causes the board to auto-power off.
or it can completly short the whole board out. just like static.
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post #17 of 22
ahh this stuff is making me cringe lol
cant complain..
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post #18 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by klewiss
you do not understand. if some of the sodered points on the bottom of the board touch the case, and aren't supposed to, it causes the board to auto-power off.
Or kill it entirely.

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post #19 of 22
that's what i said...anyway, how come ozziking hasn't said anything yet? don't we need a way to tell if anything is better?
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post #20 of 22
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Nothings better yet and nothing I have tried works thus far, everythings plugged in the screws are from the packaging and are in there correctly nothings rubbign anything it shouldnt be mobo is brand new cpu is brand new so is ram and case. I ahve tried switching everything out and it dont work ahh...
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