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PC not functioning do to PSU


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#1 culen20

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 11:40 PM

I just put in my new PSU 450 watts i think i hooked it up wrong the 1st time and my pc kept looping when it booted up so i checked and found i forgot to plug in something I think it was the front fan. now when i turn my computer on there is a green light on my motherboard thats all i get none of the fans are running or any signs of booting up. i tried to put it my old 300 watt one and i get the same thing. i have triple checked to make sure i hooked everything up properly but i fear that my motherboard is fried.

Has anyone ever dealt with this or have a possible solution i am most likely going to take this to a tech too look at i just wanted to see some of your opinions.

Processor Intel Core€ž 2 Duo E6300 (dual core) 64-bit processor
Each core operates at 1.86 GHz
1066 MHz front side bus
Shared 2 MB L2 cache
Memory
Installed: 1024 MB DDR2 (PC4200), 533 MHz memory (two 512 MB modules)
Expandable to: 8 GB (4 memory slots)
Video Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3000
Up to 224 MB DDR shared video memory
Audio Integrated 8-Channel (7.1) High Definition Audio
Hard Drive 250 GB, 7200 RPM, Serial ATA II hard drive with 8 MB cache
Optical Drive DVD +/- RW, 16X multi-format dual layer optical drive (up to 8.5 GB)
Write max: 16X DVD-/+R, 6X DVD-RW, 8X DVD+RW, 4X DVD+R DL, 40X CD-R, 24X CD-RW
Read max: 16X DVD-ROM, 40X CD-ROM
Media Reader 9-in-1 Digital Media Manager supporting the following:
CompactFlash Card
IBM MicroDrive
Memory Stick
Memory Stick Pro
SmartMedia Card
Secure Digital(SD)/MMC
Compact Flash
Multimedia Card
xD-Picture Card
USB 2.0
Modem 56K ITU V.92 ready Fax/Modem
Network Integrated Intel 10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN
Interfaces
PS/2 keyboard port
PS/2 mouse port
Nine USB 2.0 ports (six on rear panel, two on front panel, one in media reader)
Two IEEE 1394a connectors (one on rear panel, one on front panel)
One RJ-45 LAN port
One DVI-I monitor port (with HDCP)
One VGA monitor port
Seven audio jacks (five on rear panel, two on front panel)
One S/PDIF digital audio out port
One internal serial connector on motherboard
One internal parallel connector on motherboard
Add-In Card Slots
One PCI Express 16
One PCI Express 1
Two PCI Conventional
Drive Bays
Two external 3.5-inch
Two external 5.25-inch
Two internal 3.5-inch
Input Devices
Premium multimedia keyboard
USB optical mouse
Speakers Amplified, USB powered stereo speakers
Power Supply 300 watt
Dimensions (H W D) 15.4 7.3 17.9 inches
Weight 23.5 lbs (computer only, no packaging)

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 11:45 PM

There seems to be some problem with your link. Care to list the specs in a post?

What did you connect wrong, or not connect that you mentioned?

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 11:55 PM

I am looking at my motherboard it says front fan next too the hookup

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 12:08 AM

I still don't know what the make and model is of your computer.

If this is a custom build, please post the make and model of the motherboard.

Front fan next to the hookup doesn't make much sense at this point.

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 12:27 AM

sorry! ok i updated my post also the part i did not connect was the A - CPU Fan Connector

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 12:37 AM

You may have overheated the CPU.

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