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The_JJ2009-10-03, 11:20 AMSo yeah, I was in a rush, moving my office type setup to a different room. take everything out and bench test it, then go from there. As it could be a related issue. I am pretty sure this is just a hardware fault between those three things. check over here

Ah, good that you mention it. Remove the case from the equation altogether. About Us Advertise Hey, developers! TenPcApr 29, 2013, 11:48 PM Is there a battery on the motherboard?

Your cache administrator is webmaster. I've done this successfully once before with another PC so I'm reasonably sure the new RAM is compatible. How do I do that?

At least in the previous problems, I knew what part was broken or malfunctioning. What actually powers up on your motherboard? If you don't, he'll break your legs! ege02 on May 2007 Medopine wrote: » Fuck that woman going "oh god oh no!!" It's nature, bitch 0 StudioAudience Registered User May 2007 edited May 2007 Yea I'd go w/

You say you've had "many problems" you might want to elaborate on that. Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. More resources See also I think I've just killed my CPU doing overclocking.

Penny Arcade Forums › Help / Advice Forum Powered by Vanilla ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.5/ Smokey - indicates a component or wire blowout. The time now is 22:31. There really shouldn't be any reason his dog walking by, or touching the case should cause a reboot.

  1. I always figured the two issues were related.
  2. In most cases the culprit is the graphics card.
  3. I've tried switching back to the old RAM, but that doesn't work.

If you've got any extra parts laying around you'll want to test them out. The flare came from the socket itself and scared the heck out of me and my students. Reply With Quote 18 Dec 2007,04:53 #10 KronckeW View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Adminionstrator Join Date May 2003 Location CSA Consulate,Rm.101,Glos. By dja2k in forum Outpost Pro FIREWALL General Discussions, Support, and Troubleshooting Replies: 10 Last Post: 06 Mar 2005, 12:20 Outpost you killed my Computer!!!!!!!

I suspected that there was some arcing between the outlet contacts and the plug that ignited lint and grease that were trapped in the outlet from years of neglect. (I work check my blog I think I just killed a fan... Ask ! It's a silver coin-like shape.

Reply Reply With Quote January 6th, 2009,05:06 PM #6 SirKillsalot View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Member Join Date Jan 2009 Posts 32 Originally Posted by Steve R edit: not to make the assumption but I'll assume you had the monitor connected Be a Liberal, blame everyone else!! noobert on May 20070 Sign In or Register to comment. this content Be a Liberal, blame everyone else!!

Only use the parts you need to get it to boot. If I could just see what's going on I could probably figure out how to resolve this myself. Using the BIOS clear jumper is worth a try, though I don't hold out much hope.

They shouldn't charge you anything just for cracking it open to inspect it for burned, melted, or otherwise borked components.

I tried unplugging the 4-pin cable to see what would happen but it just booted and turned off instantly within a second. After I put in more RAM, something came on saying I needed to enter the product Key, which I do not have. Did you ensure the new RAM is compatible with your mainboard? If you still get nothing then as Steve said you've got to start swapping parts.

Thanks. 9 answers Last reply Apr 29, 2013 More about killed computer christopApr 29, 2013, 1:53 AM Have you tried to boot to the bios? I am 100% sure the memory has nothing to do with it. Only use the parts you need to get it to boot. http://custsolutions.net/i-think/i-think-i-killed-my-computer.php That's what I was thinking.

After I told it to search for them, the screen just went black. A normally functioning grounded wall plug should never do such a thing, surge protector or none. And the last only lost a fan. after 5 attempts the MB displayed a message that it had failed to start after 5 attempts, did i want to reset the bios to safe defaults?

Ah well, I'll check the warrenty and have it sent to someone. Try a different stick of ram, swap it to another slot ect. Regards, Manny Carvalho MS-MVP Windows 2002-2015 Reply With Quote 17 Dec 2007,08:49 #9 Paranoid2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Users Choice Join Date Feb 2003 Location North West, United Kingdom Posts So I decided to plug my tower in 'just real quick' even though I'd already moved my surge protector.

scsimodem2009-10-03, 02:43 PMWhy not turn the thing on and see? A PC should not come on when its just plugged in with the power switch off. The time now is 06:31 AM. How much is it going to cost me to get this problem diagnosed and repaired?

o_o i tried letting it boot all the way, see what happens...says it's missing a file that windows can't find and press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart so I decide to give it If you still get nothing then as Steve said you've got to start swapping parts. xxhennersxx Registered User regular May 2007 edited May 2007 in Help / Advice Forum About two weeks ago, my computer started randomly resetting. Last edited by SirKillsalot; January 6th, 2009 at 06:13 PM.