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any ideaz? Want to join in? I have tested the battery, the DC and AC adapter and all are working. is it connected ok?

You will have to update any settings that you changed from default once you get a good boot. Want to join in? Possibly a damaged USB port. Bought new SSD. http://www.deskdecode.com/how-to-fix-a-dead-computer-which-wont-turn-on/

Lover of all things vintage and holistic healing. I really do try to make my articles accessible without being dumbed-down. Finally I took out the battery but it was still plugged into the charger and still could hear the fan running and power lights were still working at that point, but

It smelled like it was coming from the monitor but on closer inspection a cable had become wrapped around the cooling fan. it won't turn on + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: My COmputer is DEAD, HELP!!! Was this helpful? Why is it essential to discharge yourself?

Finally I did a system restore and WHAAa it worked, now I have all the usb port back. Both 2.0 ports formerly recognized flash drives, but now they don't. You can use a Sharpie or other permanent marker to mark your RAM (I, II, III, IIII). and search it on motherboard manufacturer website for your F-Panel configuration.

Why does properties say all these controllers are working? Solution 4 - This time you’ll have to disassemble your motherboard off to your computer case. No? So what could be the problem now?.

I'll probably bring the computer to a service center and see if they can fix the issue. Here are the details. Likewise, if you didn't ground the system and yourself before starting, you could have damaged components with a static charge. Tweets by @deskdecode EDITOR PICKS Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. (An email will sent

However i know its connecting because my mouse has l.e.d.s and can only shine if its plugged into a power supply. You might find some useful information in our Ask the Experts section. Yes | No | I need help

4Unplug the system and remove the battery.Was this step helpful? A good example is users saying that the motherboard is good and it is “trying to boot” because they can hear the hard disk drive spinning.

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12Remove your processor, instead of your RAM, and then replace the processor.Was this step helpful? You have disabled the selective suspend feature. The best way to "upgrade" is a fresh install of windows 10.

Today I switched on my PC, and when I turned the CPU switch on, all lights glowed and fans were running, but there was nothing in the monitor. my problem was resolved at the uninstalling of my USB Host controllers and restarting my computer stage of your most comprehensive but easy to follow solution (for someone who doesn't know I tried your suggestions, except the hardware thingy, yet the ports are still dead.

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Reply Guy May 20, 2015 at 6:04 pm Good question. Sorry it's quite lengthy. and my 3 USB ports working perfectly now I hope that can be useful for anyone Good luck Reply kedya123 October 22, 2015 at 3:08 pm Thanks friend!! My layman's knowledge tends to indicate that the problem is with the PSU and not with the mobo, my predicament is without detaching the PSU unit, how can I test it

Don’t dismay if it is a hardware problem — you can fix those fairly simply and inexpensively too. Reply anonymous January 7, 2016 at 7:25 pm along with the top few commentors I have a problem with my laptop. I can't figure if the Motherboard is defective then why it was beeping continuously by removing rams like a working board. The point is, you can fix it.

Any help? All external devices are OFF. Reply Qamre Alam November 27, 2015 at 10:07 am Unfortunate it doesn't work for me..... I hope these suggestions help.

Click here for more signs your hard drive is dying.A noisy fan could mean there's too much dirt and dust inside your computer, which is causing it to overheat. The system was working just fine for almost 7 years. You'll see a bunch of options that are greyed out. He created Hardware Secrets in 1999 to expand his knowledge outside his home country.

Another way to rule out a RAM-related defect is to try and reset the RAM stick in other memory slots if possible.