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No beep no screen, but fans/lights/components running

By Deliciousx
Dec 4, 2009
  1. Power supply - 550w Recom PE-550plus (new)
    Motherboard - Asus M4A79T Deluxe (new)
    CPU - AMD Phenom II Black edition (new)
    Video card - Geforce EN9800GT 1GB (new)
    RAM - 2GB DDR3 OCZ Platinum PC310666 7-7-7 @1.8v (new)
    Hard drive - Seagate Barracuda 7200 320gb

    When I turn my pc on everything runs but my screen gets no signal.
    But after 10-15mins~ The monitor getting a signal, the boot screen will show up, but then it shows a bluescreen..
    Am thinking its the cpu 1-2 pins were bend and i made then straight again so it would fit in the socket 2 other pins had a S shape bend, but it still fits in the socket with some force.
    Other possibility is the Power supply? I dont know..

    So please guys help me out here!, Am a girl so this is a bit hard for me =[
     
  2. KyBrewer

    KyBrewer TS Rookie Posts: 60

    I'm by no means an expert but I had a similar problem with a new build last night. I never waited 10-15 minutes for it to post though so I don't know what it would have done. It appears my memory was bad. When I switched out memory sticks with some others I had in another build, it started right up.

    The bent pins on the processors don't sound good however.
     
  3. Deliciousx

    Deliciousx TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thank you for replying =)
    I've switched ram, resetting CMOS, etc. still no luck :(
    I went to a PC repair shop and they told me that my motherboard was dead..
    So now I must send my motherboard back to the manufacturer.

    The way he founded out that it was dead, he took all the components off my motherboard and then he turned it on, there was still no beep so there is something wrong with the motherboard.
    Costed me €29 only for that.. scammers
    I think my motherboard was touching the metal from my chassis, that's why I think it got fried.
     
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