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#1 fuchs

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 06:12 PM

Hello

my 1 year system not turning on today

i can see light,i can hear fan spinning like for 4,5 second and it turn off

after that ,like 5 second it turn on itself again,turn off,and repeat

i need help

what should i do

 

 

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-Sapphire HD 7770 GHz Edition OC 1GB GDDR5 VAPOR-X graphic card
-Trendsonic Casing with standard PSU



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Posted 11 November 2014 - 06:37 PM

You can try...

 

1. Try plugging the computer into another outlet, preferrably the wallsocket over a power strip

2. Unplug the power cable from the back of the computer and hold the power button down for 20 or so seconds to powercycle the machine

3. Try removing your ram, trying one stick at a time.

4. Verify all cables are connected, especially the 4-8 pin connector near the processor and the 20-24 pin on the right side of the board.

 

You could test the power supply with a paperclip:

1. Unplug the cable from the back of the power supply

2. Take a paperclip, sticking one end  in the hole where the only green wire leads, and the other into a black wire hole

3. Plug in the power cable to the power supply and it should stay on

 

However, this is only a simple test for a power supply and won't give you voltage readings


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 06:46 PM

You can try...

 

1. Try plugging the computer into another outlet, preferrably the wallsocket over a power strip

2. Unplug the power cable from the back of the computer and hold the power button down for 20 or so seconds to powercycle the machine

3. Try removing your ram, trying one stick at a time.

4. Verify all cables are connected, especially the 4-8 pin connector near the processor and the 20-24 pin on the right side of the board.

1.Not working
2.Hold it when my pc off (with no power cable)?
3.Only have 1 ram 
4.All cable connect

Help :(



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Posted 11 November 2014 - 06:52 PM

Please check your capacitors on your motherboard and make sure none are puffed up like this image: http://www.droppedlaptop.com/v/vspfiles/photos/mbcapreplace-2.jpg

 

Also, do you have a dedicated graphics card in the pcie-x16 slot? ( If you don't have a dedicated graphics card, skip this step)

        If so, does your motherboard have its own vga or dvi port? 

              Plug your cable into the motherboard's video port and remove the graphics card then try to boot the machine.


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:03 PM

Please check your capacitors on your motherboard and make sure none are puffed up like this image: http://www.droppedlaptop.com/v/vspfiles/photos/mbcapreplace-2.jpg

 

Also, do you have a dedicated graphics card in the pcie-x16 slot? ( If you don't have a dedicated graphics card, skip this step)

        If so, does your motherboard have its own vga or dvi port? 

              Plug your cable into the motherboard's video port and remove the graphics card then try to boot the machine.

thanks for helping me

capacitor look fine

I have graphic card,i use this mobo,Gigabyte B75m-D3V motherboard 

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:07 PM

http://www.gigabyte.my/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4151#ov

 

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:08 PM

By any chance, do you have the ability to borrow an equally sufficient power supply to test in your machine?

 

Also, does your machine have a little speaker that beeps? If so, do you have any audible beeps?


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:14 PM

By any chance, do you have the ability to borrow an equally sufficient power supply to test in your machine?

 

Also, does your machine have a little speaker that beeps? If so, do you have any audible beeps?

i just check,no beep,no sound,only sound from fan

and i notice only 1 fan spinning on my graphic card,is that normal?

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:20 PM

You did pull out your graphics card and try booting the machine, correct?

 

Also, while it might not mean too much, thats still not good if the graphics card has 1 less fan. ( If its still under any warranty, i'd look into replacing to be safe )


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:23 PM

You did pull out your graphics card and try booting the machine, correct?

 

Also, while it might not mean too much, thats still not good if the graphics card has 1 less fan. ( If its still under any warranty, i'd look into replacing to be safe )

Also, do you have a dedicated graphics card in the pcie-x16 slot? ( If you don't have a dedicated graphics card, skip this step)

        If so, does your motherboard have its own vga or dvi port? 

              Plug your cable into the motherboard's video port and remove the graphics card then try to boot the machine.

 

not yet,

can guide me more

so i just pull out graphic card and turn it on again?



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Posted 11 November 2014 - 07:57 PM

Yes, please pull out the graphics card, and plug the video cable vga or dvi into the onboard graphics ports near the usb ports, then try turning on the machine and see if anything else happens.

 

 

If nothing happens, Im going to ask if someone else could please offer other solutions

 

If no one responds, you might want to call the motherboard manufacturer and talk with them for troubleshooting it, seeing if you need a new board or other part.

 

Here is the Gigabyte Customer Support Number According To Their Site

 

Motherboard:
GIGABYTE USA Branch
Address: 17358 Railroad Street City of Industry, CA 91748
TEL: 1-626-8549338 Option 4
 


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 08:20 PM

Yes, please pull out the graphics card, and plug the video cable vga or dvi into the onboard graphics ports near the usb ports, then try turning on the machine and see if anything else happens.

 

 

If nothing happens, Im going to ask if someone else could please offer other solutions

 

If no one responds, you might want to call the motherboard manufacturer and talk with them for troubleshooting it, seeing if you need a new board or other part.

 

Here is the Gigabyte Customer Support Number According To Their Site

 

Motherboard:
GIGABYTE USA Branch
Address: 17358 Railroad Street City of Industry, CA 91748
TEL: 1-626-8549338 Option 4
 

done with graphic card but i stuck at " plug the video cable vga or dvi into the onboard graphics ports near the usb ports,"

cant find any slot to put back that yellow black cable



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Posted 11 November 2014 - 08:28 PM

but ive tried this

 

i try to turn it on without graphic card,(that yellow black cable from graphic card unattached) 

 

no luck,same thing happen,it turn for like 5 second ,and turn off again,and repeat
 

 

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 08:41 PM

I honestly don't really have much more to offer in terms of suggestions other than, trying a different power supply when you get the chance, giving gigabyte a call, or waiting until someone else makes suggestions.

 

Sorry :(


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Posted 11 November 2014 - 08:45 PM

That cable you see in the picture beside the graphics card is an adapter incase you don't already have that on your power supply.

yeah that cable

 

so i just try what u suggest,same thing happen

but i dint plug dvi cable to monitor ,i only have hdmi cable with me,i guess it doesnt matter if we plug it or not righ?






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