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    Default pc'r ki hoilo?

    bro's amr monitor screen a kisu show krtese na..when i start the pc my hd 4850 red light doesn't disappear..so i tried with on board vga bt the result is same..btw the pc shuts down of its own after some tym of starting..plz help me out

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    Can you hear the bios beep? how old is ur pc? Tell us ur pc config.

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    kno beep day na..ata amr cousiner,kinse 1mntho hoy nai..pc' config:
    intel i3 2.93ghz
    ecs h55m
    ram 2gb
    ati hd 4850 1.5 years old
    thermaltake tr2 420w psu

    ---------- Post added at 03:25 ---------- Previous post was at 03:16 ----------

    vai keu ki help krben na?

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    It seems very new system. Anything could cause the problem. Is the cpu fan sprinting while the system powered up? If its sprinting then change the ram slot or try it on a working system. If its ok then it could be a defective mobo. Better tell ur cousin to take the system to the shop for warrenty.

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    may that's the problem off RAM configuration.

    just reassembel the RAMS and firstly play it with onboard graphics and then plug the card and problem should be gone.
    I have faced it several times.

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    Amaro mone hoi ram related...ram ta change kore dekha jaite pare...ar mobo teo prob hote pare...ta obossho check korar kono upai nai...

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    It could be three things..

    1. Could be a faulty memory module as in RAM problem, did you mess around with memory settings or such? Do you overclock? Try resetting the bios by following the instructions in the motherboard's manual. Also, try re-installing your memory module/modules in case you've more than one, and swap memory slots, if you've more than 1 memory module then try only 1 at a time on each slot..

    2. Judging by your description, it could also be your motherboard.. I personally don't like the brand ECS But I'm not saying it's a bad motherboard, you never know when an electric appliance will die on you. Try touching the heatsink on the mobo to see if it's heated, touch the cpu heatsink to see if it's heating, the heat should be equivalent to your ambient temperature, if it's surprisingly cold/ not mentionable heat on both cases could definitely prove that you've a dead motherboard in your hands, If your warranty covers it, have it replaced. And also, watch out for static electricity while touching the heatsink, reckon you wear rubber shoes/slippers. And oh yes, while you're at it, look for burns/blown capacitors.. Which could definitely be the sign of a defective motherboard.

    3. You've got a good branded power supply, I've noticed, but it could also be the power supply, in some cases because of a faulty power supply unit a pc fails to boot.. No matter how good an electrical appliance is, in terms of quality, this sort of incidents can take place anytime.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; October 12th, 2010 at 16:14.

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    It could be three things..

    1. Could be a faulty memory module as in RAM problem, did you mess around with memory settings or such? Do you overclock? Try resetting the bios by following the instructions in the motherboard's manual. Also, try re-installing your memory module/modules in case you've more than one, and swap memory slots, if you've more than 1 memory module then try only 1 at a time on each slot..

    2. Judging by your description, it could also be your motherboard.. I personally don't like the brand ECS But I'm not saying it's a bad motherboard, you never know when an electric appliance will die on you. Try touching the heatsink on the mobo to see if it's heated, touch the cpu heatsink to see if it's heating, the heat should be equivalent to your ambient temperature, if it's surprisingly cold/ not mentionable heat on both cases could definitely prove that you've a dead motherboard in your hands, If your warranty covers it, have it replaced. And also, watch out for static electricity while touching the heatsink, reckon you wear rubber shoes/slippers. And oh yes, while you're at it, look for burns/blown capacitors.. Which could definitely be the sign of a defective motherboard.

    3. You've got a good branded power supply, I've noticed, but it could also be the power supply, in some cases because of a faulty power supply unit a pc fails to boot.. No matter how good an electrical appliance is, in terms of quality, this sort of incidents can take place anytime.
    ram change kre dekhsi bt kaj hoy na.....psu thik ase,power on krle gpu er fan kaj kre na..bt onno pc te pblm hoyna,..amr mone hoy mobo ta pblm..bt oita test krte pari nai..ucc te cl krsilam,cpu nite blse..dakhi ki hoy

    ---------- Post added at 17:21 ---------- Previous post was at 17:18 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Amaro mone hoi ram related...ram ta change kore dekha jaite pare...ar mobo teo prob hote pare...ta obossho check korar kono upai nai...
    vai ram arekjoner pc ta test krsilam,pblm hoy nai

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    It's definitely the motherboard.. If I were you I'd reckon you change the brand if possible.. I don't have anything against Ecs but spending a little cash on a product manufactured by a renowned brand oughta help you sleep better at night if you know what I mean but take my suggestion with a grain of salt..

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    Default Re: pc'r ki hoilo?

    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    It's definitely the motherboard.. If I were you I'd reckon you change the brand if possible.. I don't have anything against Ecs but spending a little cash on a product manufactured by a renowned brand oughta help you sleep better at night if you know what I mean but take my suggestion with a grain of salt..
    yap the pblm is on mobo nd i'l definately try to change it

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