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GTX 770 Power Requirments

Q: GTX 770 Power Requirments

Hi can anyone help please, I just received my new Plait GTX Nvidia 770 Jetstream card and noticed it came with an 8pin and 6pin power requirement. They provided a 6pin to 8 pin adapter and I have a Corsair 650 TX PSU with 2 6pin power lines problem is the 6 to 8 pin adapter looks like it need both 6pin lines from the PSU to provide the necessary voltage/amps and that still seems to leave me short the other 6 pin port on the GFX card. Do I need to plug both 6 pin attachments in to the adapter or will one suffice?

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A: GTX 770 Power Requirments

My bad, silly fool that I am I failed to realize both 6pin PSU power lines also have additionally the other 2pin lines required to make up the 8pin connection right along side. Thought I may need a newer PSU there! LoL

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A:Power requirments for XFX 8800GT

I have never seen one of these require more than that, however the card should tell you it's minimum requirements somewhere.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/power-requirments-for-xfx-8800gt.648901/
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A:System Unit Case Fans Power Requirments

Fans use very little power--a watt or so.

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Is This enough to play wow?
 

A:Wow minimum requirments

The best way to find out is to go here:

http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/referrer/srtest

and choose World of Warcraft.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/wow-minimum-requirments.785109/
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My friend told me to go to start>run>dxdiag. This is the system and display tag that appears.
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A:need help with system requirments

Well, my older desktop have a pentium4 2.00ghz cpu and my laptop have a dualcore 1.6ghz. And sometimes, say when I install something a bit cpu heavy, then on the desktop it says the cpu don't meet the requirements and on the laptop it says it does.(and anyway, the pentium4 in their requirement is singlecore and your cpu is dualcore). My 1.6 dualcore even outperform my other pentium4 2.6ghz. So you are ok with that
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-help-with-system-requirments.880508/
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A:System Requirments question

My comment may seem rather basic, but if the game ran OK on Windows 2000, then the game makers would certainly state that. Since they do not state that, you should assume the negative.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/system-requirments-question.501474/
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A:pc requirments to install oracle 9i

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/pc-requirments-to-install-oracle-9i.420861/
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A:Vista Installation requirments

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/vista-installation-requirments.543957/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/open-office-requirments.959477/
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A:pc requirments to install oracle 9i

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/pc-requirments-to-install-oracle-9i.420884/
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A:Best server with minimum requirments

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A:Guild Wars System Requirments

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/guild-wars-system-requirments.655571/
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A:Solved: System requirments to add a eSATA card

This is solved?
 

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A:Dell Inspiron 14 5459 power button needs 3 seconds long press to power up?

Hi,
Thank you for writing to us!
This is unusual we would suggest you to check with another system to see if the same happens.
Kindly provide us with the service tag and email address.
Thanks
Robin

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19982761
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A:Windows 7 blank screen after sleep mode (unable to power off with power button)

Hello,

Is it possible that you can test with another compatible PSU? I would strongly suggest doing so.

Also try the following steps:
?Make sure that the (internal) speaker is connected to the motherboard
?Remove all memory and attempt to boot the PC
?You should get the no memory beep errors

If the Power Supply is in working order and no beeps are present then it can be indicative of a faulty motherboard.

For troubleshooting purposes it may be a good idea to remove the components from the case and bench test to rule out a short.

How to Bench Test / Troubleshoot Your System

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A:A25-S2792 doesn't power up yellow light flashes after pressing power button

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Further information; this is what my manufacturer of my laptop suggested for my USB issues View Document. After step B. of the power cycle directions, my computer works fine.

Edit: I have skipped all the steps prior to the power cycle, and it still fixes my problem. It is not a software update that is fixing the problem.

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No one knows at all?

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19991554
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http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19982130
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A:Inspiron 1545 Won't Power On, Pulsing Power Light Like When In Sleep Mode

Hi CARCRAZY98,
Thank you for the update.
Well, when you power on the system, if you hear the fan spinning and the HDD turning on, connect an external monitor and check if there is any display.
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http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19985936
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/computer-help-forum-click-noise-from-the-end-of-dc-power-jack-ac-power-blinking.1133006/
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Hi brockalee,
Both the Motherboards 0G8RW1 and 0VVN1W are compatible with this model and there is no difference. 07GC4R is also compatible with this model.

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Remove the laptops battery and try the AC power only. If the green light does the same, it still could only be a bad AC adapter, or at worst, a shorted laptop motherboard
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/no-power-no-lights-but-green-light-on-power-supply-blinks-rapidly.174252/
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Memory can cause the problems you are having. Make sure the memory is seated , Then run a memory program such as memtest on It let it run for a while and see if it shows you any errors.Also check and make sure you are not having a overheating problem
 

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-power-blinking-green-light-on-power-supply-and-motherboard.646158/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/bent-power-supply-pin-hard-to-plug-in-power-cord.820239/
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RAM: RAM - Test with Memtest86+ - Windows 7 Help Forums
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Follow the instructions here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

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gbsdirect said:



It was the Motherboard fan making all the noiseClick to expand...

Do you mean the CPU fan ?
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a) Off.
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A:Power option PCI express Link State Power Mgmt

The function of that power management feature is to manage the power consumed by your PCI devices. PCI components require constant streaming of data when in use so configuring power management to shut them down, or reduce the data stream, when not in use can save some power, which really only has a substantial effect in laptop power savings. The wireless card is usually a PCI component in a laptop, so configuring it for maximum power savings might shut it off when it's not in immediate use. This might introduce some lag into your wireless connection upon first use of the wireless or even during use (if the system decides to shut it down between connections). It's hard to say what impact it will have for you. If you're not extremely worried about getting that extra small fraction of life out of your laptop, I'd leave it alone and configure it not to use power management (keep them on all the time). Otherwise, you can try out the different settings and see if you notice a difference.

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So what shall I do? I really want to get ATI 4870 work well on my computer.
Thx very much.
 

A:Does power supply with higher power rating really burn motherboard?

The long answer is "No".
Just be sure of the dimensions of the power supply before you order a replacement, as HP uses some pretty strange sizes sometimes, and you want the new one to fit with room to spare.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/does-power-supply-with-higher-power-rating-really-burn-motherboard.148700/
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ideas?

thank-you for any expert advice that you can offer

A:Dell- blinking power button- vista power mgmt?

Is it a desktop or Laptop?

Dell desktops are well known to have dodgy power units (hardware) installed.

Have you tried a cold reboot to see what happens?.....If you continue to have power issues call the Dell customer support and they'll send you a new power supply (for desktop).

Not sure about the laptops though.

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/206169-dell-blinking-power-button-vista-power-mgmt.html
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I manage a fleet of 200 linx 8 tablets all running win 10 home.

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BUT what do I need to change and where?

I think whatever I do, I may also need to enable hibernation, and disable connected standby. Also, as it may sometimes be mains and sometimes battery powered, cover both power scenarios.

Apologies if I am repeating a previously asked question.

many thanks

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A:Envy 15-j100 receives power from adapter but power button do...

 @jthayne Welcome to HP Forums, this is a great place to get support, find answers and tips, Thank you for posting your query, I'll be more than glad to help you out  As I understand the computer receives power from adapter but power button does not work,Don't worry, please perform the below steps to resolve the issue: If the computer does not start, the LED lights do not glow, and the display is black, you can perform one or more of the following actions to resolve the no power issue:  1. Examine the adapter and power cord for physical damage2. Test the power from the AC wall outlet to the notebook connector3. Start computer using the battery only4. Check that the lid switch moves freely5. When you have completed the troubleshooting steps covered in this document, there should be power available to the computer. When you press the power button, the LEDs should glow, and you should hear the sounds of the fan and the hard drive spinning. * If the battery does not accept the charge or the notebook does not turn on without the AC adapter, contact HP to order a replacement battery. * If the LEDs do not glow, and there are no other indicators of power being available to the computer, contact HP for technical assistance in troubleshooting a potential problem with the AC power connection or the system board.* If the LEDs blink or the computer beeps, but it does not start, go to HP Notebook PCs - Troubleshooting LED Blink Codes or Beep Codes During Startup or Boot. * If the LEDs glow but the computer does not start on either battery or AC power, go to Troubleshooting Black Screen Displays with No Error Messages During Startup or Boot. Eager to help, I hope you have a good day ahead, And Feel free to ask your queries as this forum has some of the best people in the world available and ready to help.Regards,

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I have two HDD's, and they used to be together, but I decided to separate them, to reduce their average temperature.

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A:Computer shuts down like power outtage, Kernel Power Error ID 41

Some error relates to Sentinel/SafeNet products.

Code:
Event[33197]:
Log Name: System
Source: Service Control Manager
Date: 2013-05-07T09:32:28.187
Event ID: 7000
Task: N/A
Level: Erro
Opcode: N/A
Keyword: Cl?ssico
User: N/A
User Name: N/A
Computer: David-PC
Description:
O servi?o Sentinel64 falhou o arranque devido ao seguinte erro:
O sistema n?o consegue localizar o dispositivo especificado.
It is some data protection mechanism, so it may cause some real failure there. And the driver is appearing as too old.

Code:
Sentinel64 Sentinel64 Kernel 01-02-2007 11:39:44
Update Sentinel products from Technical Support - Drivers and Developer Kits.

Also, the just predecessor events of the Event ID: 41 are ....

Code:
Event[34173]:
Log Name: System
Source: avkmgr
Date: 2013-05-09T23:33:45.440
Event ID: 17
Task: N/A
Level: Informa??es
Opcode: N/A
Keyword: Cl?ssico
User: N/A
User Name: N/A
Computer: David-PC
Description:
avkmgr.sys version 12.0.20.2 successfully loaded

Event[34174]:
Log Name: System
Source: avipbb
Date: 2013-05-09T23:33:45.549
Event ID: 17
Task: N/A
Level: Informa??es
Opcode: N/A
Keyword: Cl?ssico
User: N/A
User Name: N/A
Computer: David-PC
Description:
avipbb.sys version 12.0.50.34 successfully loaded

Event[34175]:
Log Name: System
Source: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
Date: 2013-05-09T23:33:45.549
Event ID: 41
Task: N/A
Level: Cr?tico
Opcode: Info
Keyword: N/A
User: S-1-5-18
User Name: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer: David-PC
Description:
O sistema foi reiniciado sem primeiro ter sido encerrado de forma correcta. Este erro poder? ser provocado por o sistema ter parado de responder, ter sofrido uma falha ou ter perdido a alimenta??o de forma inesperada.
Both are avira related. So better you uninstall Avira. At least as a try. Use Microsoft Security Essentials as your antivirus with windows inbuilt firewall, and free MBAM as the on demand scanner.
Download, install and update those, and then run full system scans with both of them, one by one.

Uninstall MagicISO.

ITEMVALUENome MagicISO SCSI Host ControllerFabricante MagicISO, Inc.Estado OKID de dispositivo PNP ROOT\SCSIADAPTER\0000Controlador c:\windows\system32\drivers\mcdbus.sys (2.7.106.519, 249,56 KB (255.552 bytes), 28-07-2012 22:02)
Those SCSI adapters used by the virtual disc emaluator programs are mostly problematic.

Let us know the situation.

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A:Powerbook 450 G1 - Power light adjacent to power cord blinks...

Hi there, Please follow the instructions mentioned in the following document and check if this helps resolve the issue: http://h20565.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=5405421&docId=emr_na-c03515402&docLocale... Hope this helps!




Although I am an HP Employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.Make it easier for other people to find solutions, by marking my answer ?Accept as Solution? if it solves your problem.

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You can also see a complete reference for "N" numbers to all the laptops they support at the above link. Again, no mention of the numbers Kensington uses on their site.

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Kensington referred me to their telephone tech support; but, there is a language or cultural barrier that prevents their understanding what I need.

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A:Pavilion elite power supply light on, won't power up

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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Pavilion-elite-power-supply-light-on-won-t-power-up/td-p/5700798
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I'm currently suffering from a random power shutdown issue. The PC boots up correctly and is totally useable and in working order.

However after different varied amounts of time. 20mins - 5 hours on occasion. The PC will just randomly power down as if the power cable has been removed.

I am getting the following error within Event Viewer 'Event 41, Kernel-Power' - "The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly."

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After suggestions and help as to what may be causing this issue.

Thanks in advance,

A:Random Power Down Issue - 'Event 41, Kernel-Power'

If this were a desktop machine my first question would be "How old is your power supply?"
If this is the Compaq laptop shown in your specs, I am wondering if the connection to your battery is not as good as it should be. I'd double-check the contacts or connections. There may be a loose or broken wire, or even a failing connection inside the battery itself if it's old.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/316878-random-power-down-issue-event-41-kernel-power.html
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A:HP Pavilion dv7-4180us power problem - no ac power, no batte...

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Any advice would be greatly appreciated, is there any known issues were these power ribbons?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sony-viao-no-power-power-ribbon-cable.758630/
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A:L450 - Lenovo power optimized power plan

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A:Gateway MS2274 -- power outlet and power on problem

That blinking light will be an error code. If you do not have a manual with the error codes in then contact Gateway to find out what it means. I have been unable to find an on-line manual to look it up in.

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If I have understood correctly that it does absolutely nothing with the battery removed, but with the charger connected, it is most likely the charger at fault. I would test it first to be sure before buying a new one.
 

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A:POWER SUPPLY FROM HELL! I cannot get my custom built PC to power on! HELP!

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A:Dell Power Dimension 2400 power supply

Should be a standard ATX PS.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dell-power-dimension-2400-power-supply.488276/
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A:Toshiba Satellite A75 boot/power issue with AC power

Since you have replaced the system board twice, this probably does not apply to you... but we have seen a number of Toshibas with the same or similar motherboard where the power jack on the board became loose or disconnected. A new jack had to be obtained and soldered back into position.
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A:Yesterday's Power Problems Create New Power Issue

If you change the power settings in the BIOS, the machine won't come back on when power is lost and restored, which is the setting I always use.
 

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Hi I recently (power unavailable) plan Power Corrupt Options had graphics card problems and had to get my GTS replaced This took several weeks and now I'm running a Power Options Corrupt (power plan unavailable) GT perfectly fine However I've noticed my Power Options seem to be corrupt Upon going into Power Options in the Control Panel it says quot Your power plan information isn't available quot I cannot understand why this has happened I haven't touched any settings or anything to do with that I have tried System Restore to an earlier point before I got my new graphics card and it didn't seem to help The help Power Options Corrupt (power plan unavailable) on Power Options Corrupt (power plan unavailable) the page says that registry keys may have become corrupt or been deleted I'm not sure if this is the problem but if it is how can I fix it System Restore didn't help I would like to avoid doing a Repair with the Windows disc I'm hoping there's an easier way to fix this problem There has to be I've been looking on Google and there is hardly anything on this problem The very few people who do have it cannot seem to fix it or used previous registry backups which hasn't worked for me There doesn't seem to be any resolutions from Microsoft at all I also tried using the quot powercfg quot commands in the command prompt but didn't seem to have any luck there either I'll really appreciate any assistance I cannot Hibernate or Sleep at the moment and it's a real inconvenience I'd really like my Power Options back Thank you very much Domsy Edit Oh and I've used quot sfc scannow quot to check for corrupt files and it came back clean

A:Power Options Corrupt (power plan unavailable)

Well, I'm quite amazed not a single person has replied (funny how my other problem has gone unanswered too). Guess I must have very uncommon problems!

I'm glad to say I've managed to fix it though. As described on a website somewhere, someone else managed to fix it by restoring the registry keys associated with it.

I decided to export the ones on my mum's laptop, delete mine, and then import her's to mine. It seems to be working fine! All Power Options are back, I can change how my PC shuts down, and I can Sleep now! And this was all without a restart. I'm guessing I can Hibernate also; I'll find out when I want to turn my PC off later.

If anyone else has this problem and needs a copy of the registry keys, I can send you them (I believe they work regardless of the computer. I had concerns because it was a laptop, but it seems fine). I'd rather not post them publicly as I am not sure of the sensitivity of them.

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Daughter last used laptop on battery power and ran id down completely until computer shut off. She plugged in the power cord and it would not come on when pressing the power button.  Laptop was plugged in overnight and this morning same issue - the power light just blinks five times when you press the power button. This is the same behaviour whether plugged into power or not. I've tried holding down the power button. Tried with battery removed and A/C power, but then no light comes on at all.  I've tried removing the battery and A/C power, holding the power button down for 30 seconds, then install battery and plug in A/C power, but no difference.  I tried a different A/C power adapter and no difference. Any ideas?     











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I had an object hold down the power button all day.  I now plugged in the A/C power, and it started right away.  Problem solved. 













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So I have an ASUS P4C800-E motherboard in a system that a built a few years back. It worked fine but the system has been sitting in my basement for a year or two unused.

I decided to take the components and drop them in a new case.

I have hooked everything back up properly (i think) but when I hit the power button, the cpu fan, power supply fan and case fans turn on for a brief second and then shut off. (the green standby light on the motherboard is on)

What do I do?

I think you can tell from my question I am exteremly amatuer at this. Simple explanations please...
 

A:Turn power on... fans start up then power shuts off in 1 second

With it shutting down after 1sec, I would check that the hsf is plugged in and working. If there is no fan input ie fan speed, most boards shutdown. In addition that the hsf is installed correctly. If it is loose, etc you will have problems. Most of the time when the hsf is loose, it shuts down in about 5~10sec not 1sec. I tend to think it is more of a shorting problem of the board to the case.

If that is not the case, I would attempt to pw ON the system outside of the case. There are complete instructions in a guide at the top of the forum. It is called troubleshooting guide for problem builds.
 

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On the power adapter for my new T460 the power cord only goes into the AC brick about 3/8" before it bottoms out.  Another 3/8" of the "skinny" part of the power cord plug is still outside the power brick. As a result, the power cord falls out of the brick at the slightest tug, pull or twist. I'm seriously afraid that one day I'll find I've lost the power cord half of the power supply. Why was the recessed part of the power brick made so shallow?  If the full 3/4" of the power adapter plug was allowed to be inserted into the power brick this problem would not happen. Anyone have a solution, other than buying a 3rd party power supply?

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Last night my computer blue screened about times then it just stopped turning on altogether Wheni plug the power supply into the motherboard the neon fan turns on for a milisecond but that seems to be the only way that i can tell that there s power going to the with is switch it? but turn through on wont going Computer power power there motherboard I ve tried different power supplies different processor different BIOS batteries different RAM etc but no matter how many times i try to turn it on it just wont turn on I do recall doing something innthe BIOS last night which seemed to start this dilemer I went into power management and did something to the power switch option Computer wont turn on with power switch but there is power going through it? then set everything back to default settings This is when things started to happen then my pc just wouldn t turn on at all It s a socket MSI CoreCell Could something i did in the BIOS really be causing this problem and is there a way to fix it Like i said there does seem to be power going to the motherboard but it simply wont turn on i even tried different power switches just in case Any help would be greatly appreciated I just don t want to buy another motherboard as most shops don t cell them any more and it means i d have to buy a new processor too nbsp

A:Computer wont turn on with power switch but there is power going through it?

If it is a BIOS setting, removing the CMOS battery for a few minutes should clear it. Since you've already changed the battery more than once, it would seem that is not the problem. Considering what you already tried, it might be the motherboard itself or possibly the graphics card but my money is on the motherboard. Just to be sure do you have another graphics card to test with?
 

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Hey Guys,

I removed the AC Power cable for a split second (battery was 100% at the time) and my computer just shutdown.
I replugged and rebooted and now I've got a "red cross" next to the power icon in my system tray (see attached image)

If I put the mouse over it - it just says "Fully Charged 100%" and shows my current power plan; which is "high performance" and been using it since I got the laptop.

I'm running Windows Vista Home Premium on my HP Pavilion DV5.
Computer's about a year old now.
I've update all my drivers and checked Device manager and there are no errors/warnings for anything battery related.

Any suggestions on how to get this fixed or what the problem might be?

A:"Red Cross" on Power Icon + Shutdown when AC Power removed.

Your laptop is not detecting your battery. Try removing the battery, and putting it back in.

You might have to buy a new battery.

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I have a ECS P4.945GCT-M/1333 (3.0) 775 mATX Motherboard and I installed Intel E2180 cpu and put memory stick on it. The computer won't boot - the cpu fan moved a second when I plugged in the power, and the stopped. If I disconnect the auxillary power cable, the CPU fan just can start, but of course it won't post. If I also disconnect the cpu fan, the power supply fan starts and I can see keyboard lights turned on for a second.

I measured the power on auxillary cable and it is ok: 2 12v and 2 GND. I am pretty sure that the power supply is good: I put on another power supply there and it is the same thing.