Re: Computer problem
- From: "Karl F. Larsen" <klarsen1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 13:29:25 -0600
Mark Haney wrote:
Karl Larsen wrote:It is where the MB book says it should be. The MB is a
Not having a cpu fan makes me not leaving things turned on much of
the time. Do these things remind you of anything? I am stopped at the
Are you certain you're plugging in the CPU fan in the right spot? Since
you didn't mention the exact MB I can't say for certain, but is it
possible you're hooking it to the right connector?
GA-MA78GM-S2H which has been out a while.
Typically if you aren't getting video (I'm assuming it's on board videoThis is possible. I used all the mount points and it is possible
since you didn't mention a video card) that's always been a sign to me
that the MB is grounding out on a mount somewhere.
that each mount point is at case ground. I just checked several and the
case is connected to the Black wire in a hard drive power plug, and
every screw as expected is at ground too. I do not think this is wrong.
It /could/ be a bad MB, bad CPU, bent CPU connector (back in the old
days) or some such, but I've seen more electrical grounds, than bad
hardware. Make sure there's metal on metal connecting the MB to the case.
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