Computer Wont Turn On After Being Off For A Long Time
It could be the board but only way to be sure if test with wat u know is working ram/gpu/cpu etc. The PSU's fan did not turn on. THANK YOU!!!! so glad that there was this easy fix for this particular problem!!
How to Disable Windows 7 Restarting After a Problem Article Here's How to Test Your Power Supply With a PSU Tester Article Are You Restarting Your Computer the Right Way? Computer usually will just shut down lock itself as a self-defense mechanism when anything could potentially ruin the motherboard. Report eric- Apr 23, 2010 at 07:03 AM try holding it up side down while doing this I got mine working and I also got my other one working which hading I just bought it yesterday and I turned it on today.
Don't keep the short for long, it is a momentary action. Want to know the most bizzare thing? bt amazingly, it worked... Merry Christmas!
Open the left side of the PC panel. Imagine my surprise when my PC would not boot at all. Additional info: This is going to sound so OSHUA to y'all, but seriously, before touching MB components, like making sure RAM and PCI cards are "fitted" snugly, grab one of those Report lumabo- May 27, 2009 at 09:09 PM My Aspire One wasn''t working and with your tip I got it to boot.
Computer Wont Turn On After Unplugged
I assume removing the MB lithium battery will not help but I am not sure. I now have everything plugged in and it is working just fine. Computer Wont Turn On After Being Off For A Long Time Anyone has an idea of what is cousing the problem? Cmos Jumper Here are the specs:AMD FX-4300 3.8GHz CPU8GB DDR3 MemoryGigabyte MotherboardAMD Radeon HD 7770Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
I got it back on- thanks to you Tic tac toe! http://mffonline.com/turn-on/been-away-and-now-computer-won-t-turn-on.php In the end of replacements and buying new ones, I have this: MSI 970A-G46 (new) AMD Fx4300 (new) MSI AMD HD5770 graphics card (old) Cooler Master 450w (replacement-new) It has been the lights around the the lappy cum on ( not screen ) and go straight back of like it does when the battery is dead .... It should start spinning the fans. Computer Wont Turn On At All
Thanks!! I've seen lots of fan failures, exploding caps on the motherboard (especially around over-heated north and south bridges), on and on. Report Kalessa- Apr 12, 2010 at 07:55 PM I have an acer aspire 4720z and this worked wonderfully. http://mffonline.com/turn-on/computer-won-t-turn-on.php I hav a hp laptop thats about a 18 mth old ( vista ) it worked fine, I shut it down as normal ....
Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Can you explain how this is fixing the problem? Remove power supply and battery. 2.
I had the same problem and your advice resolved it.
I mean, it was off and unplugged for 10 days and before that it worked perfectly fine. I waited a few hours, tried again, nothing happened. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Thanks alot!!!!
J_E_D_70Mar 27, 2015, 1:22 AM The "eject drive" might still show up - you can google how to stop it from showing up. The power demand is too much for some power leg of the PSU and it doesn't deliver. Report aaargh- Feb 28, 2009 at 07:08 PM stressed, I have a compaq laptop and it did the same thing today. http://mffonline.com/turn-on/computer-won-t-turn-on-at-all.php saved me.
Again, thanks a bunch! The first time around, I just left it as it was, and when, after almost 5 days, I tried to turn it on, it turned on normally. It happens every day 3-4 times.