No P.O.S.T

  User-312386 16:05 13 Dec 2005

Hi all

My computer started started to restart for no reason sunday night. On monday night, tried to start it with no POST (not a single beep) whatsoever. The AMD64 fan turns, the chipset fan turns and so does the PCI-Express card.

I am at a loss. I went out and bought a new PSU last night to see if that was the problem and still no POST.

I am at a loss guys/girls

Specs are Windows XP
AMD64 3000(socket 939), PCI-Express Graphics ATI600, 600Watt PSU, 180GB SATA drive and a 120GB PATA slave drive

  stalion 16:22 13 Dec 2005

what memory have you installed if two sticks try removing one at a time and booting

  User-312386 16:24 13 Dec 2005

Sorry i should have said. I have twin Corsair 3200 184 pins

I have taken them out and reseated one and visa versa

I did that last night and should have said

  stalion 16:33 13 Dec 2005

this is a list of the beep codes no beeps is according to this psu or system board problem wait for someone else to offer some ideas
click here

  woodchip 16:37 13 Dec 2005

No post!!!! MOBO if PSU OK

  woodchip 16:38 13 Dec 2005

You could try removing hardware power from drives and remove card all bar Graphics the see if it posts

  User-312386 16:39 13 Dec 2005

how do i know which one though woodchip?

Chicken or Egg theory here mate

  woodchip 16:40 13 Dec 2005

If you get a Post put hardware back one at a time

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:44 13 Dec 2005

"My computer started started to restart"

If PSU ok then above is symptoms of Overheat/ CPU failure

  User-312386 17:46 13 Dec 2005

i was measuring the temps all along as thats what i thought however the temps never went above 49C

  User-312386 21:02 13 Dec 2005

Just ordered a new MOBO

Will report back in a few days

I will not tick this as resolved yet

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