PC dont boot up

By doc_92 ยท 8 replies
Jan 17, 2006
  1. Hi guys im new here so WASUPPPPPP to EVERYONE

    my problem is:
    PC doesnt boot up
    i test the power supply and i have power
    i test the motherboard doesnt seems defect

    so now the only thing that's maybe defect
    its the cpu

    BUT if the CPU were the problem shouldnt i ear those beep from mobo?
  2. bobthabuilder

    bobthabuilder TS Rookie

    ill help if i can

    i know it sounds elementary, but is everything connected on the mobo?
  3. doc_92

    doc_92 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    yes everything was tested a couple of time
    the mobo was already change for a new one
    but it still do the same thing
    at first the pc boot up but nothing no image no sound
    the only thing i could see was power going to everything
    even the fan was working

    25sec after DOWNN the pc shutdown
    try to boot again NOTHING
  4. bobthabuilder

    bobthabuilder TS Rookie

    could be what you thought

    it could be your processor, do you have access to another cpu that would fit your board?
    if not, might want to reset your bios on your mobo.
    beyond that, is beyond me.
    sorry :(
  5. doc_92

    doc_92 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    no its a celeron 2.6
    i only have athlon xp at home
  6. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,182   +469

    Did you use the case standoffs for the motherboard?
  7. doc_92

    doc_92 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i dont understand

    oh i forgot
    i also tought at a moment that it was the power button that was ****ed
    but i put it in another pc case and same thing
  8. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,182   +469

    Standoffs are metal or plastic posts that separate the motherboard from the case so the underside of the motherboard does not touch the case directly. If it does, it will short.
  9. doc_92

    doc_92 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    yes i do have use them
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