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#1 Splawn


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Posted 25 July 2011 - 05:02 AM

OS:WIndows 7
PSU: DYNEX atx 350w
Motherboard: GA-M61PME-S2
CPU: AMD phenon x2 (not sure of Ghz think it is somewhere around 3.3ghz)
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 8600GT
HDD: 160g
RAM: DDR2 2gigs sticks, the Motherboard can hold 2 sticks
I do have a few psu's that i have been trying but all are 350w or below.

I'm building a computer for my buddy with spare parts I have collected over the years. The problem is when I try and start it I get the no signal prompt from my monitor. So I have several sticks of ram and tried all the of them in each DIMM slot. I finally got it working when I put one of the sticks in DIMM2 slot but that was only on my 750w PSU that was from my other computer. Plus I turned it off then turned it back on then there was no signal with the 750w psu, I made sure it was grounded by putting it on anti-static plastic but still no cigar. After that I put it back in case and made sure all the spacers were on in the case and then screwed every screw back into the motherboard still nothing. Then I took the ram stick out and put it back in, of course it worked. I decided to try and to use the 350w psu by messing with it like I previously did with the 750w psu. Still no signal after doing the rearranging with the ram sticks on the 350w psu. Oh and heres another problem in need of a solution, the computer seems to want to shut off after 30-60 seconds sometimes faster than that. Any help would be great because this one is messing with my head.

Edited by Splawn, 25 July 2011 - 06:13 AM.

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#2 90awdturbo


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Posted 25 July 2011 - 02:29 PM

I had a similar problem back in the day that was linked to the cord that my PSU used. I changed it back to the one that came with the PSU and the problem was solved. Worth a shot i suppose... Also, for that setup you've listed you're going to need a bigger PSU than 350W.

Edited by 90awdturbo, 25 July 2011 - 02:32 PM.

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#3 Splawn

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 04:15 AM

I have spliced a 350w with a 250w psu so now I'm running on 600w. Now what cord are you talking about?

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