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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago

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How do you mean 'it wont post ' ?
2 Likes #2
check the duckdo
1 Like #3
Double check everything is plugged in properly, especially to the motherboard, so unplug and replug everything, thats an easy thing to check.
2 Likes #4
check the duckdo

Whats a d.........wait a minute!
1 Like #5
How do you mean 'it wont post ' ?

It wont post deals on hukd's of course! :p
1 Like #6
Start by disconnecting ram & hard drives, see if you can get it to POST with minimal components connected.
1 Like #7
there's not an isolator on the back that's off is there?
does the mobo have an LED on it to indicate it is getting any power?
1 Like #8
you sure you paid your electricity bill this month :)
1 Like #9
Any beeps?
1 Like #10
is it switched on at the wall plug
1 Like #11
Yup remove everything not needed, go down to 1 ram stick, removed hdd and optical drives. Double check PSU connections etc.

This is the way, you can connect just the motherboard with some ram and processor you should then get a bios check. If not, change the memory around, then check the PSU on another PC. If still not working remove the board from the case and try again...if still no good bin it and buy a built one ...:-)
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POST - "Power On Self Test".

I assume you are not getting to the BIOS? Does it beep at you? The combination of long and short beeps is a code that you can look up in the motherboard manual. It will suggest if the problem is with the memory, CPU etc etc.

When you say "assembled the computer" - do you mean from components (CPU, RAM, Motherboard etc) or do you mean you just plugged the monitor keyboard and mouse in?

Gonna need some more info here...
Good, you really got my worried here :)
I've had this. Plug in the 4 pin connector instead of the 8 pin one into the cpu socket :D
check the duckdo

What's a duckdo?
check the duckdo

What's a duckdo?

Quack quack
have you tried plugging the 4-pin connector instead of the 8-pin to the cpu socket.
check the duckdo
Even a fool would know it's got nothing to do with the Duckdo & it's easy to see it's a Piecost problem :-/

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