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reggaemusicman

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Here is the problem. Computer power up fine, video card is working but 20sec after i enter BIOS power is cut off no signal. I thought I might have a bad power supply so I switch it with another one I have and I have the same problem. If there is someone that can help me I would be gratefull.

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In that situation it best to unplug all peripherials including your video card. Boot up with just your CPU, MOBO, and one stick of RAM. If your computer doesn't boot up, or you still have the problem then you have reduced the possibilities for what could have caused the problem.

What are you system specs? What kind of PSU did you start out with? What are you using now?

Has this system ever worked?

Edited by Titan8990, 08 April 2007 - 11:46 AM.

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I solved the problem. The problem was i didn't put the cup fan on. Well at least the cup still works. i am so happy i didn't destroy it. Everything is working fine now.

Much, Thanks.......
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I solved the problem. The problem was i didn't put the cup fan on. Well at least the cup still works. i am so happy i didn't destroy it. Everything is working fine now.

Much, Thanks.......
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Tip#1: When it comes to computers, never rush.
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Yeah, I learned my lesson.......
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