Computer does not work. Plz help!

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#1 Posted by KABCOOL (1147 posts) -
About 2 weeks ago my computer bit the dust and decided not to turn on. When trying to turn it on I would get 0 feedback, no lights beeps or anything. So I sent in the motherboard into MSI and they gave me a new one. So I just finished installing it and now it turns on and I have 4 lights on for the CPU indicating 4 phase power mode which I assume means my CPU is all good. Hopefully. All the fans start spinning including my gpu fans. So what could the problem be? Any idea?
#2 Posted by MonsieurX (30874 posts) -
PSU?
#3 Posted by 04dcarraher (19953 posts) -
Do you have a buzzer/beeper connected to motherboard? The number & and length of beeps will tell you wants wrong. I would double check all connection with psu to items in the pc motherboard and gpu. Make sure gpu is seated into pci-e slot fully. Could also be a chance the psu isnt any good too.
#4 Posted by KABCOOL (1147 posts) -
PSU?MonsieurX
All the fans turn on and lights n stuff, so could it still cause this problem?
#5 Posted by KABCOOL (1147 posts) -
Do you have a buzzer/beeper connected to motherboard? The number & and length of beeps will tell you wants wrong. I would double check all connection with psu to items in the pc motherboard and gpu. Make sure gpu is seated into pci-e slot fully. Could also be a chance the psu isnt any good too. 04dcarraher
I couldn't find the buzzer when I was putting everything together, but i'll take a look. All the connections are good and everything is plugged in correctly. Is there a chance it could be the Hard Drive?
#6 Posted by 04dcarraher (19953 posts) -
[QUOTE="04dcarraher"]Do you have a buzzer/beeper connected to motherboard? The number & and length of beeps will tell you wants wrong. I would double check all connection with psu to items in the pc motherboard and gpu. Make sure gpu is seated into pci-e slot fully. Could also be a chance the psu isnt any good too. KABCOOL
I couldn't find the buzzer when I was putting everything together, but i'll take a look. All the connections are good and everything is plugged in correctly. Is there a chance it could be the Hard Drive?

Are you getting anything on the screen when booting? A pc will still boot up without a HDD.
#7 Posted by KABCOOL (1147 posts) -
[QUOTE="KABCOOL"][QUOTE="04dcarraher"]Do you have a buzzer/beeper connected to motherboard? The number & and length of beeps will tell you wants wrong. I would double check all connection with psu to items in the pc motherboard and gpu. Make sure gpu is seated into pci-e slot fully. Could also be a chance the psu isnt any good too. 04dcarraher
I couldn't find the buzzer when I was putting everything together, but i'll take a look. All the connections are good and everything is plugged in correctly. Is there a chance it could be the Hard Drive?

Are you getting anything on the screen when booting? A pc will still boot up without a HDD.

Nope not getting anything on the screen, so I guess its not the hd
#8 Posted by darksusperia (6943 posts) -
no on board video to test with?
#9 Posted by KABCOOL (1147 posts) -

Ahh turns out it was the dvi cable I was using, I tried an old one I had stashed away. Thanks for all the help guys! Without the GS community helping me out it would have taken me much longer to fix my computer! Thanks again!

#10 Posted by MonsieurX (30874 posts) -

Ahh turns out it was the dvi cable I was using, I tried an old one I had stashed away. Thanks for all the help guys! Without the GS community helping me out it would have taken me much longer to fix my computer! Thanks again!

KABCOOL

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