Help! I Think I Fried It.
I will try to get these things checked out later tonight after work and report back the findings. It could be just the connectors on the CPU/dmd controller board 000 #8 2 years ago AAA Pinballgeek Pinside member 4y 64k 2,147 6 Quoted from Pinballgeek:It could be just What can I do other then checking fuses? LIChuck View Public Profile Find More Posts by LIChuck 05-15-2014, 06:24 PM #7 ssccoooobbyy Scooby Newbie Member#: 387629 Join Date: Apr 2014 Chapter/Region: E.
solved I think my PSU is fried? I think I fried my fish :(” games top 100 community pin map pin biz forum market events Forum Topic » Forum » Tech » Tech: Modern games » “Fish Tales Uncle Scotty View Public Profile Find More Posts by Uncle Scotty 05-15-2014, 07:57 AM #3 frederik Scooby Specialist Member#: 64405 Join Date: Jun 2004 Chapter/Region: E. It just dosent sound like it will be considering he knows he probably shorted something while working on the game with the power on.
Start with Andre's advice above. HFBoards.com is a property of CraveOnline Media, LLC, an Evolve Media, LLC company. ©2017 All Rights Reserved. By joining our community, free of charge, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. I do both male and female connectors, they're cheap enough.
Forgot to mention, the metal bracket was attached to the plastic air duct and not metal. Then I go to turn the key to the "run" position and I hit the power button on the stereo and nothing happens. For under $100 they'll fix whatever you screwed up (per board) and you are back in business. http://www.techlore.com/forum/thread/17317/help-i-think-i-fried-my-tv You are hereHome » Forums » Television and Home Theater Back to Top Designed by Magenium Solutions current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or
I will look into getting that sorted sometime soon. Really don't want to spend a ton of money on it.MoBo - GA-78LMT-S2PVideo Card - GeForce 660PSU - EVGA 600B 600W (Bronze rated)RAM - 8g DDR3 SDRAMCPU - AMD FX-4100 Zambezi I checked some fuses but not all, I will check all of them tomorrow... [rant] Right now I'm thinking back and I still can't tell what I could've missed, it's just Cpu amd Athlon 64x2Ram corsair ddr2 xms2 cm2x1024-60 4Graphic card ge-force 8600gts.X2 (have 2 cards runninh).I'm thinking I may have fried my motherboard.If you guys think it's the motherboard could you
After I did that the power turned off and once I booted it up again the cpu fan stopped spinning. (Note:before this happend computer would still not boot at all. I have no idea about the circuitry involved in the backbox I have a multimeter, but would not know how to test the CPU? That makes no sense at all. Turn it back on.
Stay logged in CK5 - Everything K5 Blazer Home > General Discussion > Interior - Stock & Custom > Audio > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Media Media Now everytime I try to play a game it will suddenly re-boot itself in mid-play. No video, peripherals don't light up, and there is no successful boot sound from internal speakers.Tried all the steps on this page and nothing worked:http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problemsEven did the bonus steps listed lower Top Log in or register to post comments Search form Search Active forum topics Question about connecting a portable dvd player to a tv 1999 Sony Trinitron Color TV Model #KV-35S40
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Any thoughts here? Disconnected battery for a few minutes and reconnected hoping that it will reset the computer - didn't help. In each case, during their first December, I replaced the stock toy battery with a real one (Costco, $75) at the first sign of a strained start on a cold morning.
Try to switch it on.
Welcome to the NASIOC.com Subaru forum. Once you let out the magic smoke, you can't put it back in again. –Tetsujin Jun 25 '15 at 15:32 So there's no surge protector no nothing dang how Thanks for the tips and I will try these later this week when I get some time. I know it's old but it works.Any suggestions?
Tested a couple more times it really seems like something is screwed up. Can't find your answer ? Find » Topic gallery Topic Gallery One image has been uploaded to this topic. » View topic image gallery Sorry, no images have been uploaded for this game yet. » Games And optionally the 6V power output from the MFD to the camera, though I'm thinking it is much safer to ignore that and just tap into the reverse lights instead, to
I guess there was something, possibly how the camera was hooked up, prevented some electronics from shutting off properly, and slowly drained the battery throughout the day. Your GI header and connector are probably toasted on that as well (unrelated to issue, but now is the time to replace it) they are burnt on all FT... Yep i did I bet there is gonna be a few puns on here Fried my fish Battered your fish I think he's in deeper water 000 #11 2 years ago Help?
When I'm done at about 9:55 (dad watches the news at 10:00) I turn it off like normal, give him the remote. I had some tools on top of the playfield, and my flat head screw driver rolled off and must have made contact with the automatic ball gate(?) mechanism and the metal Look over the mpu board for signs of yellow brittle/burnt connections. PS3 is on but I don;t know if its working or maybe its broken too because all I see is a black screen.
turn key to ON without starting, and shift to reverse) Everything went well, I decided to re-install all trim panels and do a final test. The battery's voltage dropped below the threshold for car computer to work properly, and coincidentally that happened while I was doing a test on the camera, making it appear that I should've paid more attention to your post cs1986 View Public Profile Find More Posts by cs1986 05-22-2014, 12:43 PM #18 cs1986 Scooby Newbie Member#: 314334 Join Date: Mar Called roadside assistance and first thing they did was check my battery, to my surprise it shows just over 9V.
Both of them came with puny, inadequate (for Canada) batteries.