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bheidel

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Hello I am new to this site and need all your expertise. I am trying to get my emachine E 6535 running. I have replaced power supply, Motherboard (Ms 7207) ver 1.0 and CPU. I have removed all add in cards, ram ,HD I only have the keyboard and mouse connected . On power up Lights on keyboard flash Fans and leds on front of unit power up, however there are no beep codes. So i am at a loss as to what to do next. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hello! :welcome: I am no expert, but I will try my best to help you!


I am curious, did you connect the four or eight pin CPU power connector from the power supply?
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yes there seems to be power. The power supply is new as well.
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Alright, I want to rule out the possibility of a faulty power supply. Do you have another power supply handy by chance?

I am assuming you put the connector to CPU power connector like in the example below.

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If this is the case I want you to try to insert another power supply unit to see if you get the same problem. If another PS isn't available, let us know. :thumbsup:
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Gday.
Your replacement MB may have come without the mini system speaker present, or amy be faulty, you could try the one from your old board.
On this page, click on Speaker, > http://support.gatew.../105551tc.shtml
On this page under table of contents, click, view all, > click, Front Panel Connector: JFP1/JFP2 > http://www.retrevo.c...17246ag101/t/2/




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Yes I can try another power supply as well I will give that a shot
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I will check that speaker as well very good point! The new motherboard was tested prior to the purchase I paid extra to have that tested.
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Gday.
Thanks for the reply.
Please let us know the results of the testing.
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I switched out power supply with a known working unit. Still the same result fans spin lights are on but still no beep codes.
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Gday, thanks for the update.
The speaker/s could be fault.
Check that the + & - pins on the speaker match the symbols on the MB.
The BOIS is loading because the lights on the keyboard are flashing.
The next major BIOS tests are for RAM and display.
Try installing one stick of RAM, (see manual for correct slot).
Connect the monitor.
start the computer and keep tapping the Del key.
Is the BIOS screen displayed?
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