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[169]-Dominik
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PostSubject: Big pain in the arse   Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:57 pm

guys this morning i tried to boot up my pc, it ran fine got to the account selection (its winxp) and then froze, keyboard mouse everything. so i turned it off and then back on and now the only thing thats happening is all the fans are running at full speed and im getting no display, i cleaned my processor, swapped power supply, checked over the mobo for visible damage which there is none, checked over my gfx card, i even tried the onboard gfx but still doing the same thing.


im out of ideas and running low on patience, anyone ever hear about an issue like this?
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[169]-Sergei
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PostSubject: Re: Big pain in the arse   Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:25 pm

So you don't even get the mobo boot screen? Tried swapping out RAM? (NO you donlt need more RAM)

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PostSubject: Re: Big pain in the arse   Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:58 pm

i get nothing, no bios. and i have tried swapping ram, i even tried different combinations of it in each of the 4 slots but didnt help it any. i was thinking along the lines of a fried mobo or cpu but the mobo doesnt have any burn spots on it and it doesnt smell burnt, neither does the cpu.

btw the specs are:

amd athlon 64 processor 3700+
2.2ghz 1mb L2 cache
1gig ram
ati radeon hd 2600 xt gfxcard
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PostSubject: Re: Big pain in the arse   Wed Apr 29, 2009 9:10 pm

That's happened to me before. My power supply apparently was giving power only to the Fans and nothing else. My computer didn't even start.
I replaced the power supply and checked the outlet which it goes in and everything worked again..

Course , two months later, everything fried and had to buy a new computer -.-

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PostSubject: Re: Big pain in the arse   Wed Apr 29, 2009 10:00 pm

Yeah, sounds like a mobo problem, as you said you swapped PSUs already.

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PostSubject: Re: Big pain in the arse   Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:59 pm

yup well im gonna be out of commision for a while guys, moneys tight and i'd rather buy a new computer instead of replacinng the pain in the ass parts on my old one.


but yea now im running with a classic!

Hewlitt Packard Brio
Intel pent 3 processor
651mhz 128 mb ram

its a dinosaur so yea, no gaming for me for a while.
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