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how to determine CPU faulty?


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#1 elson

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 09:52 AM

I jx replace my motherboard to abit Fatal1ty F-I90HD Motherboard , at the first time i power on, i can see the post then the pc will shutdown automatically after the post, i tried for few times, now i can't even start the PC, no display at all...why?

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 10:34 AM

Why did you replace the motherboard ?

What brand power supply is in the computer ?

Is it a "custom" built or "brand name" ?

If it is a brand name what brand ?

Where did you get the new motherboard ?
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Posted 02 April 2009 - 11:22 AM

Why did you replace the motherboard ?

What brand power supply is in the computer ?

Is it a "custom" built or "brand name" ?

If it is a brand name what brand ?

Where did you get the new motherboard ?

my system is custome build

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 12:09 PM

Good luck with Abit. Their US support is none-existent and sucks big time
If you are sure the power supply is OK, Remove just the CPU and turn it on
If it remains on (fans running) It's more that likely the CPU
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Posted 02 April 2009 - 07:46 PM

Pull the whole motherboard out of the case and place it on a piece of cardboard. Connect only; the processor, heatsink/fan connected to it (make sure it's on snuggly with thermal paste), one stick of ram in the first ram slot, graphics card (if the motherboard doesn't have integrated), and the power supply.

To start the computer, touch the two power pins on the motherboard that you would connect the case's power button to together with a screwdriver.
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Posted 06 April 2009 - 02:48 AM

To determine a faulty CPU check the front panel lights (LEDs) if all lights are permanently lit when the computer is on, this would mean that the CPU is not properly seated into its socket or is faulty.

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Posted 06 April 2009 - 07:12 AM

I try with several new processor, each of the processor had a different effect as showed below:

1, pentium duo core e2200 - can load into bios, working fine.

2,pentium duo core e5400 - no display, but system keeps on

3, pentium d 805 - on for a while then automatically shut down, cant load into bios

any suggestion?

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Posted 06 April 2009 - 06:40 PM

1. Good if that's working. The system will fully boot into your OS and work fine too?

2. The Motherboard might need a motherboard flash (update) to support the newer 45nm wolfdale processors.

3. The Pentium D would probably work, but they are notorious for overheating. Are you saying it wouldn't let you into the BIOS, or it would turn off before you were able to?

Which processor is the one you wanted to use with your system? Have you tried some of our above suggestions?
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Posted 06 April 2009 - 07:23 PM

1. Good if that's working. The system will fully boot into your OS and work fine too?

2. The Motherboard might need a motherboard flash (update) to support the newer 45nm wolfdale processors.

3. The Pentium D would probably work, but they are notorious for overheating. Are you saying it wouldn't let you into the BIOS, or it would turn off before you were able to?

Which processor is the one you wanted to use with your system? Have you tried some of our above suggestions?


with the e2200 i'm ale to load into windows,but with the pendium D, it would turn off before i load into the bios...and the keyboard seem like not detected.




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