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#1 Tetraomare


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Posted 25 February 2016 - 05:08 PM

so I have had my computer now for about 2 months no problems. So I go to leave to go do something with my mom and I come back and I press spacebar and the system boots up and I start to play with the fans. I play with the first one then I go to the second one not spinning go to the third one not spinning. I then go to my mouse and keyboard not lighting up and monitor not receiving a signal. Please I really want to get back my computer instead of this crappy laptop


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Posted 26 February 2016 - 11:16 AM

No lights (HDD activity, keyboard or mouse), no beeps, no fans.  This sounds like you may have a problem with the PSU.


Is the monitor displaying "no signal"?

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Posted 26 February 2016 - 03:34 PM


i5 Devil's Canyon 4690K overclocked to 4.4 Ghz

First thing to try is set the CMOS back to factory default; I have seen overclocked CPUs sometimes freak-out and corrupt the settings. You can always overclock again after you get it up & running.

I always start with the easiest thing first, then move on to more complicated possibilities if that doesn't work.

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#4 Tetraomare

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Posted 26 February 2016 - 11:15 PM

I don't think it is a PSU problem because the GPU fans are spinning but and we have reset the BIOS with the battery on the motherboard and nothing changed


Also right before I had to eat dinner I came in my room  in my to put my phone on the charger and I heard a loud noise coming from my computer turns out that the CPU fan was spinning so I plugged in the other one because I needed to see if it was a port problem or not. So I quickly put in the DVI port and nothing happens so then I plug my mouse and keyboard in they light up and didn't get a signal to the screen so I turn my computer off and back on only the one fan and GPU fans were spinning.


Thank you for your help in advance

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