Ever notice those little dots that are around the holes in the motherboard where you put the screws to fasten it to the case? If the hard drive is working fine then by all means connect it … This is good. If the problem persists, check the video or graphics card (if any). On power up, I get the fans (psu, processor, chassis) and external lights but nothing on the screen, no BIOS, no boot, no beeps. On the merits, I’ve built several computers from scratch, and repaired a bunch more (both towers and laptops). Its a wiring problem probably. You can quick check this with the multi-meter without even opening up the power supply, just touch the two meter probes to any two metal prongs on the power supply where the cable was plugged in. If you work on these things long enough, you know to keep a CR-25 battery (new, in it’s sealed package) in your tool kit. This is your cmos reset switch. All the settings are still retained. I removed the battery using a flathead, checked the voltage and it seemed slightly down (2.5V instead of 3V). (CPU Temps etc are very stable BTW). However, after 30+ years in this, looking at the big picture, a computer that won’t power on, or one that spontaneously powers off, tends to be power supply related, probably half the time. Power efficient? Also, check that memory and the video card are connected properly. I suppose I could pull the battery and test it or just replace it and hope for the best but the PC is inside my desk and its a pain to get at. Mr. Joey. In the intervening period I tested the PSU I previously removed with a multimeter, cleaned it up and it checked out OK. Check the power and reset buttons at the front. Want to know the most bizzare thing? Thanks. I'm going to go with dead motherboard. Is the power cable plugged into the wall and the ot… Any of you guys familiar with a digital multi meter? Some older MB’s have CMOS set-ups that will actually prevent power-up when the CMOS has no power at all… Meaning the battery is dead. Press the Cmos Reset Switch for at least 30 seconds without letting go. Workaround: (use either methods ) 1. Nothing worked. Anyone has an idea of what is cousing the problem? I was wrong – Ha! If your PC won’t turn on but motherboard light is on, a potential culprit is the power button on the case itself or the wires connecting that button to the motherboard. The power on button was stuck on the PC that would not boot this morning. Beeping sounds indicate issues and you can check out the codes here on this page. 4. Check the power connection to the PC. The issue was with the CMOS. We wondered about this back in 1981. He does not have any tattoos, but … Reconnect everything. Your best bet then is to ask a friend for help if you know someone who is proficient in these things, or take your PC to a repair shop to get it looked at there. Just make sure you don't touch anything hardware related after you open the PC while it is turned on. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers. I would recommend you contact our … I’ve never run into a MB capable of this. Here is why! I have tried everything in HP online steps. Use a power switch downstream (likely on the power supply) until a replacement is procured. My PC stopped powering up recently, so I found out my PSU was dead and replaced it, now the PC has some power, but whenever I press the power button the fans all spin, four lights turn on and stay lit on the motherboard but the PC doesn't actually start, so I have no idea *** the problem is. If that does not work, then you may want to test other components if you have them around. The first time I saw this, I thought it was so bizzare that I’d never see it again… But I’ve run across it with many custom-built rigs by gamers: You spent a couple hundred dollars on a motherboard. I just installed new RAM and it wouldn’t start. I’ve had two computers that wouldn’t start at all because critical fans had died, in one case a CPU fan (which BIOS beeps, once decoded, tipped me off to), and in the other a northbridge fan (which I don’t remember how I figured out — it might have been BIOS beeps as well). In an emergency, I have disconnected the two wire (two pin) connector on the Motherboard and placed a jumper cap over those two pins, connecting them (they are usually a simple +5vdc/-5vdc arrangement). And warming up a cold PC puts a lot of stress on the electric components. So, first things first. I never turn my PC off. Try the following, no computer science degree required fixes, if your PC does not turn on anymore when you hit the power switch. It may be more complicated to determine what is causing the No Power issue, but it is easy to identify. Plug in and it should fire back up! No Power, in this case, can be defined as either the system not receiving any power from the power source or the power not being distributed in the system correctly. I suppose you could engineer something at the hardware level whereby a running and powered system could somehow cut power to the CMOS, thus flipping it to battery back-up, and take a reading, report this to the user, and then set power back on to the CMOS. They are there so that the motherboard screw-head contacts them directly and provides the ground connection to the case! The "jumper" between the two wires must be constant for the power supply to remain on. Do they appear stuck or out of place. Ever notice that different holes have a different number of little dots around them? It's a fine line and sometimes hard to tell. I removed every cable and part, and put it back together. They are little metal cylinders that store electricity. I have borrowed and tried a different psu, nothing. I’m referring to your question, trek100. – Remove all power cables from anything but the motherboard. It … Only gaming rigs and only when GPU has some serious job to do (=when you are playing). If it was staying idle for say 5mn, it would reboot, so as a temporary workaround i was leaving a defrag utility running when i was afk to keep it busy ;D At some point i just replaced the mb. I laughed. If your parts are energy efficient, and consume only 40 watts, that’s what the power supply will give them, with some loss due to power supply inefficiency. • The motherboard should start beeping. Release. Turn it on to see if the problem persists. O.K., now unplug the power cable from the power supply and press power button for 10 seconds. First, open the computer case and do a visual check of the motherboard. Computer is asleep. So, ~50 to 60 watts would be used in a desktop with an SSD, AMD 5350 quad core, and 8 GB of RAM depending on the PS rating. However, the fact that nothing happens is a clue in and of itself. Open the left side of the PC panel. Background information: The power supply (PC Power&Cooling Silencer 750W) is only 5 months old. If you know where they are, short-out the two pins with the jumper OTHERWISE just leave the computer unplugged for at least 10 minutes or longer. One thing you can try is remove any component that is not required to run the PC. Put the cmos battery back in ), or, if the case was relatively inexpensive, here’s your excuse to go case shopping! It may seem obvious, but make sure the monitor is turned on. Administrative users with G Suite Enterprise can search for unique terms in a worker’s emails and files, similar to you may to your very own account. If you notice a lose cable, it may very well be the reason why the PC did not turn on. Ever worry that by tightening a screw down on those little dots they may get scratched and ruin your “pristine” MB? Check the power supply. Most case switches are connected to the motherboard via a red and black twisted pair of wires. Remove the cmos battery. Instead of panicking right away, take a look at your PC and the connected components. Actually, going way, way back to my very first laptop, a Zenith Z-180 with 640KB of RAM and a massive 20MB hard drive ;-), the internal AC power adapter eventually burned out and I had to rig an external power adapter to connect to the battery jack. If no light comes on after several attempts, proceed to the next section. I tried holding the power button pressed for 1 minute while power cable removed but no avail. PC build won't power on at all, no lights, no fans. To reiterate, ALWAYS look at the motherboard screws. I tested the psu by hardwireing it, and the fans started running. You want zero reading in either DC voltage or DC amperage. If you leave one out, those dots/circuits aren’t making proper ground potential, this will show up in the weirdest ways somewhere down the line. I had a client who went and found special plastic washers to put on his motherboard screws so that no damage would occur. If your HP laptop won’t turn on even when plugged in, start by checking the power supply. The motherboard seemed to be getting power, the graphics card seemed to be getting power, but the computer just wouldn't turn on. Turn it on to see if the problem persists. I was just offering a starting point. However, my CPU wouldn’t turn on. Not sure though. Pull the power cable from the power supply, and keep the power supply switch in the “on” position for a minute or so. Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. Hi, thanks for the tips and additional information, that’s why I like my site so much, ha ;). The output power supply must be continuous, still and also have enough voltage to start up your computer’s PSU (Power Supply Unit). The motherboard indicates with an LED light usually if it gets power. Paul has been playing PC games and raking his knuckles on computer hardware since the Commodore 64. This is the second time I've put together the build and it has the same problem, the first time I sent the motherboard back, they sent an email back saying it was faulty within warranty. My PSU is working as well as my motherboard, and I know this from the LEDs on the mobo- the power one is always on, and toggling the TPU or EPU on/off also shows their LEDs to be on. If you have no joy then you need to replace your power supply. I also replacced the CR25 battery with a new one. Not all of them do; consult your motherboard manual if you’re unsure or having trouble locating it. I’m glad we have solid state drives instead of waiting I’m gonna have a look over the one I’m working on. By placing plastic washers in there, this client created an intermittent problem the likes of which I had never seen. Mr. Joey. If the charger has a power indicator, check whether it lights up when you plug it in. Check the monitor. Do you hear fans starting to work inside the PC? 500W, that’s like having all the light bulbs in the house turned on! One of the things that helped me several times as an IT support worker is to unplug the power cable and keep the power button pressed for at least 30 sec. It runs 365 X 24. — and replacing the northbridge fan required doing a juryrigged install of a generic fan, with the help of a Dremel and a pop-riveter. The name and logo of Ghacks are copyrights or trademarks of SOFTONIC INTERNATIONAL S.A. Background information: The power supply (PC Power&Cooling Silencer 750W) is only 5 months old. I have a button on the backside witch sais CMOS, and it was pulsating with a blue light. Check if the PC monitor has power, and that its connection to the PC is firm in place. Make sure the switch is in the on position. Random reboots were happening more and more often with weeks passing by, and at first i noticed it was linked to the pc’s activity. It should start spinning the fans. Hey I had a similar problem – PC would not boot. 4: Not pushing power cables all the way in. What was the problem? I think that my problem may be the motherboard or the PSU. The CPU is seated properly. Unplug the computer then hold the power button down for 60 seconds then release and wait another 30 seconds then hold the power button again for 60 seconds.Now plug in the computer and try to start it. Order one when you order that spare PSU you saw on sale. Good catch… How that “U” got into OSHA, I haven’t a clue! PCs have a power on/off switch on the back usually. Darn thing would power on, then off. A 500 watt power supply doesn’t pull 500 watts just from being on. You can follow Martin on. (that would save a LOT of guessing/time…). All PC's, laptops, desktops, towers will always boot into the BIOS without a hard drive.A hard drive, working or otherwise, is not required to get to the BIOS settings screen.. I’ve sat there with a multi-meter, checking the power supply inputs and outputs, motherboard LED, on and on, scratching my head because everything is checking out… Only to find a dead motherboard battery preventing power-on. 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This is not a very common point of failure, but your PC might not be turning on because the power button isn't properly connected to the motherboard. The computer had been working fine but then I moved. In another case, it was defective capacitors that had finally leaked too much (the same Dell!). There’s only one computing device that can be left on 365/24 with minimum power consumption, and that is a regular laptop that maxes 65W power consumption! Check that it has not been accidentally been switched off. It took me FOREVER to figure that one out. PSU testers run about $10. Make sure the power switch is connected to the motherboard if you're using a desktop. Case power switch failures are the type of hardware that normally shows either DOA from day one, or intermittent after years of use. You want to discharge the capacitors. ( I used to have this issue with my seasonic X1250 previously and had mine rma 3 x ). Push the start button. But I need to get a new battery as I can notice my date resetting now and then. Reading this thread I’m now thinking that the CMOS battery could be the culprit. Most power supply models have a light on back of the unit that glows when it’s powered on. The CPU fan was proprietary and “chipped” — thanks, Dell! No Power Introduction. I'm going to go with dead motherboard. Now connect the power cord and turn the PC on. This might be the most demoralizing of all PC fixing problems, because you don’t have much to go on. They are cheap, and two or three of them should be in the same place you keep the screw-driver and/or pliers you fetch when you open the case. Do other electronic devices work. Those little “dots” are circuit ground points! So it looks like the mobo is getting power (LED is on), but it won't start up when I jump the "power… If that doesn’t work, it could be that the power supply in your PC has failed. Or beeping sounds that come from the internal speaker system? A slight variation on this solution is to remove your power cord (from the PC or laptop) and hold the Power On button for 30 seconds to 1 minute and then connect the power cord back again. Symptom : the motherboard standby lighting remain on but when you press the power button on the casing or the motherboard will not kick start the CPU. As those pins are (almost) directly forwarded to the PSU, if it starts the fans, the PSU is outputting power, if it stops spinning soon after, it means the Motherboard is not picking up a “power good” signal from the PSU or there is a problem with the motherboard/videocard to get past the POST. They are MEANT to get scratched by the head of the screw (makes for good contact). Check the graphic card. Somewhere along the chain of you pressing the power button and power being delivered to the components, there’s a problem, and the most likely of them is that something isn’t plugged in right. As far as I know, I didn't bang it into anything and personally carried it. Often, it is a basic issue that is easily fixed even if you have no idea about components that computers use to function. He does not have any tattoos, but thinks it would be … If power is out completely, those won't work as well. It turns out my power supply died. If you don't see any light there, it can mean that cables are not connected properly anymore, or that the power supply or motherboard are dead. This is good, it means the processor is functioning and the motherboard is good so far. PC wouldnt boot up before, so I switched out the CPU and motherboard from an older PC whose PSU was fried. The cost to engineer it would probably be out of line… Interesting thought. New in the package (surrounded by plastic) I’ve had them last 5+ years in my tool-kit and still able to save the day when needed. Silicon type sprays usually don’t help a sticky piston switch, they are too well sealed. I use the motherboard insulating washers to protect the motherboard from getting scratched by the screws. Both have happened to people I know, after they had been rummaging around for something in the vicinity of the case. Once you are done with the checking, plug the power cord back in and flip the power switch back to on. As far as I know, I didn't bang it into anything and personally carried it. So did you get the PC working? 500 Wats or more? Hey Martin, Good tips, glad you found the button problem. Push the start button. If the hard drive is working fine then by all means connect it … I mentioned that in the guide ;). Also, make sure the power connection is working by testing it with another electronic device. Additional info: This is going to sound so OSHUA to y’all, but seriously, before touching MB components, like making sure RAM and PCI cards are “fitted” snugly, grab one of those static discharge wrist bands and fasten the wire (usually on an alligator clip) to a metal piece of the case. The main PC has no lights coming on, no anything, except that it has 4 fans. No power at all, no fans LEDS or beeps. Many power supplies have an external switch located at the rear of the unit. Please remove the power connector from the PC and switch the power supply state to off before you continue. I did the same mistake again, and cut the power while on vecation, but now the CMOS button wont stop blinking. (Accidentally set it to 120V while connected to 240V power) No other known faults with the mobo-doner PC. PC’s are so power efficient that it doesn’t use that much extra power to keep it running. PCs have a power on/off switch on the back usually. Test for continuity point to point. Imagine my surprise when my PC would not boot at all. Check the CPU. It was the first time I’ve ever had a computer outlast the PSU. This guide provides you with tips that may help you fix the not turning on issue on your own. If you suspect that the Power On Self Test is still going on and that Windows has not yet started to boot, a better troubleshooting guide for why your computer won't turn on might be the one from above called Computer Stops or Continuously Reboots During the POST. The computer had been working fine but then I moved. Make sure the cable is not lose. Instead, we are going to take a look at basic diagnostic options that may help you understand what is happening. Then why do most desktop PC’s need a PSU of 500W or bigger? If you stepped away from the computer for a bit and returned to a black … If it’s a piston-type of arrangement (most newer ones are) and it’s just sticky, it will only get worse. Long story short, based on my limited experience alone, there can be lots of reasons a computer won’t start. 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Even if there’s not enough power it will fail to boot. Then on again for maybe a hour or a day, then off again. I thought sure I’d never encounter that again. No beeps there, I believe; the computer was just dead. The … Do you hear fans and the PC powering up when you turn it on? All PC's, laptops, desktops, towers will always boot into the BIOS without a hard drive.A hard drive, working or otherwise, is not required to get to the BIOS settings screen.. There are quite a few issues you could have with the power supply. Being somewhat of a hardware guy, I would suggest a few more diagnostics, but before I do, let’s address your case power switch. While I'd suggest you turn off the power before you do so, you may get important clues why something is not working if you keep the power on for a moment longer. So, test the power cord is supplying enough power supply to the computer or not. (I got a total of 14 years of good use out of the Zenith; they don’t make ’em like they used to.). 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