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    today i was playing CS. suddenly pc shut off. It was like as if someone just pull the power plug on my machine. then i again pressed the power on button but nothing happens. after that i opened up the cpu casing to check that if the PSU is working or not. the psu works fine as i can see the green led light in the motherboard when i plug on the power. but i noticed that when i press the power on button from cpu, both the casing fan and the processor fan works for 1sec then it stops working. i am not getting anything of this hint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hasan_1223 View Post
    today i was playing CS. suddenly pc shut off. It was like as if someone just pull the power plug on my machine. then i again pressed the power on button but nothing happens. after that i opened up the cpu casing to check that if the PSU is working or not. the psu works fine as i can see the green led light in the motherboard when i plug on the power. but i noticed that when i press the power on button from, both the casing fan and the processor fan works for 1sec then it stops working. i am not getting anything of this hint.
    Make sure the power supply actually works, not just standby but also whether it turns on or not, just unplug all the power cables, connect AC power and short out the Green and any black pins of the power supply 24 pin cable.

    If it turns on, then look for if there is any sign of damage, if not check the RAM, your motherboard might be gone btw.

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    First thing I'd try is to reset the CMOS of your motherboard. Remove all cables from the back of your PC, including power cable and monitor. Then remove the tiny battery from your motherboard. Then let it sit for at least 20 minutes just to be sure. You can also try finding and using the CLRTC jumper if you have your motherboard's maunal. Then plug everything back in and see if it starts.

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    change the PSU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu View Post
    change the PSU
    or use pikachu!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    or use pikachu!
    That is actually a scientifically viable idea :3


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    sorry i couldn't update the post
    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    First thing I'd try is to reset the CMOS of your motherboard. Remove all cables from the back of your PC, including power cable and monitor. Then remove the tiny battery from your motherboard. Then let it sit for at least 20 minutes just to be sure. You can also try finding and using the CLRTC jumper if you have your motherboard's maunal. Then plug everything back in and see if it starts.
    yeah tried your method. nothing changed. maybe there is something wrong either in my psu or motherboard.


    i will be borrowing a psu from my friend to check if the motherboard is dead or alive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    or use pikachu!
    can help you with the electric part :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu View Post
    can help you with the electric part :3
    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    That is actually a scientifically viable idea :3


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    Probably Mobo dead, You can check PSU by Connecting GREEN wire with the adjacent BLACK wire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmos View Post
    Probably Mobo dead, You can check PSU by Connecting GREEN wire with the adjacent BLACK wire.
    unfortunately i caught too much bad luck.. both my psu and motherboard died together..

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    please guys suggest me a good LGA socket 775 motherboard that can my handle intel Core2Quad Q8600 processor, has PCI-Express x16 (at least v. 2.0), 8Gb DDR2 memory limit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hasan_1223 View Post

    please guys suggest me a good LGA socket 775 motherboard that can my handle intel Core2Quad Q8600 processor, has PCI-Express x16 (at least v. 2.0), 8Gb DDR2 memory limit.
    For gods sake, upgrade your pc a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hasan_1223 View Post
    please guys suggest me a good LGA socket 775 motherboard that can my handle intel Core2Quad Q8600 processor, has PCI-Express x16 (at least v. 2.0), 8Gb DDR2 memory limit.
    You should get G41 chipset ddr3/ddr3 motherboards with pcie x16 (1.1).

    better would be upgrade to new system.
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