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Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively. 10-18-2012, 04:41 PM #5 nstiver Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2012 Location: Albuquerque, NM Posts: Consult your motherboard manual to find which two pins connect to your case's power switch. later..hi again. I RMA'd the dead seasonic. have a peek here
It might be ok. Everything worked wonderfully for about a month. Its life also depends on how often you use your computer. Got some very interesting results.
Amd fx 64 x2 4800 Asus a8m-sli 2 bfg 7800gfx ddr3 256 sli pci express x16 2 512 sticks of ddr2600 pc4800 Maxtor sata 150 120 gig 7200 rpm 16 cache After getting a new power supply, I ended up getting this error message "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER" instead of getting the grub menu. I had already assumed the PSU was bad, but I didn't expect to find even more when I arrived. I can eat the cost of a MOBO or PSU if necessary, but I can't http://www.techsupportforum.com/imag...mile.gifafford to buy a new processor or two new 670s.
Instead of loading BIOS I get a black screen with the error "reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media and press a key." I reset and press F2 I wonder whether SanDisk will replace a SSD on RMA if they find out it was fried from electrical damage. 4. So, when I try to turn on the new psu, nothing happened of course, so I flick that switch back and forth a few times giving it a nice big jolt The time now is 11:18 PM.
If I unplug my Audigy, then my SATA drives work fine using my original PSU. It is a WD 500GB from 2008. If you disconnected the hard drive from the computer, how did you boot the computer and what/where are the files you say you could access? I dont know.
- I need to keep pressing the button for a longer...
- Perhaps the weird power issues I was having was because the psu was hooked up to the wrecked SATA drives.
- Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by alsey, Sep 8, 2005.
- I would be weary of this being the PSU, but you also did not list everything that is in your computer and what PSU wattage and amperage you are running either.
I thought it was but I cannot remember exactly Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:36 31 May 09 PSU an is normally on whenever PC is switched unless there is heat controller navigate here Our old PC took to suddenly shutting down for no obvious reason, and over-heating turned out to be the cause. Tried hooking up a SATA power cable from my old modular PSU and using that in the new PSU in an attempt to power the optical drive (didn't work, I know, Make sure you are not maxing out the wattage with the additional equipment you install.
Pennsylvania Posts: 52,692 OS: Win7 Test the 2 drives in your buddies system and take it from there. __________________ BSOD Posting Instructions Power Supply and Selection How To Find Your System Under a cold start of initial boot-up where it has to get things going, there isn't enough "phummff/power" to spin in a timely fashion all devices, etc.., a warm reboot or The power supply should exceed your system's requirements by a minimum of 20%. Check This Out I can't remember which system is on which "sdax" - I mean, I can't remember the numbers.
Now those same PSUs cost $20 with the same warranties ranging from 6 months to 2 years.Most then and now are made in China and meet US certifications.So how do I I know this is a lot of information, but I am trying to give all of you as much detail as possible, rather than just "PSU BROKEN HELP" kind of thing. malware !!!
Join Date Dec 2008 Beans 369 Re: Boot failure: "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER" Since you installed a new PSU, did you remember to plug one of
No RAM and no beeps indicate a Mobo problem. If your thread is answered and there is no reply within 30 days the thread will be closed. BTW: he shut down aswell after ten seconds, so doesn't matter when, AND when he shut down both of the fans were spinning. Maxx_iT 2011-11-05 10:05:15 UTC #5 This doesn't make sense.
Adv Reply April 27th, 2011 #2 phz_swe View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Jun 2009 Beans 19 Re: Boot failure: "DISK BOOT FAILURE, It is very possible damage was done when it failed. Don't cheap out and purchase a junky unit. this contact form Also, you might have shuffled some cables when you changed PSU - make sure the SATA cable for the main drive is in the same port as before the failure (probably
I CAN HEAR IT SPINNING. Pennsylvania Posts: 52,692 OS: Win7 Have you tried clearing the CMOS yet? Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. I forgot to ask if you have tried using one GPU at a time?
and soft resets do not cause the PC to boot porperly.only HARD power-off and then on.