Hello I am new to building the pcs so I am afraid I may have fried mine I really am pry I did not but this is what happened I finish tower Power will not work button My the pc and My tower Power button will not work when I turned on the power supply the power button on the motherboard glowed so then I pressed my tower button and nothing worked so then I re setup he F PANEL cords u know the pwr switch and all that jazz turns out it was set up wrong so I put them in right and tried to turn on the computer again the power button on the motherboard turns on but not my towers power button and so my pc will not officially turn on I am guessing and I am worried that I may have fryed my pc because when I took out the f panlle cords I realized my pc was still on and turned it off immanently and I am afraid that may have fryed the motherboard if anyone can help me it would be wonderful I am freaking out and have no Idea what the problem thank you for reading P S My tower button does not making a clicking sound when you push it I am not sure if that normal or it is broken or somthing it just doesnt make any click sounds nbsp
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/directdownload.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
You could have a defective power switch on the PC case. Test this by using the reset switch as a temporary power switch. The power switch and the reset switch are the same for practical purposes except, of course, the size of the button (on most cases). If the reset switch works and is able to start the PC, then you know the power switch is defective.http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/my-tower-power-button-will-not-work.203422/
hi, I am going to upgrade my graphic card to ATI 5770 so I need a new power supply which has power about 550--600 watt. But the most frustrating problem is that I failed to find a proper power supply with the correct dimension.
I have an HP pavilion e9300 which uses a very wired power supply tower-150mm(W) 86(H) 140(D). But so far all the PSUs I found is the standard size --150mm(W) 86(H) 150(D) which cannot fit in my setup.
So could any PC God give me some suggestion, please??
Is any PSU with the size of my tower or can I just simply install a bigger PSU which can still successfully power up the comptuer?
Thx in adance.
If the power supply will physically fit your case, it should work fine with your computer. Will the extra 10mm interfere internally with anything inside the PC?
Have a old Pentium II MB and a 350 MHZ processor, when the computer in DOS the power bottom worked fine. However, with Windows XP the power button dose not work. When I turn off computer, and the point where it say "It is safe to turn off the computer". The power dose not worked!
Firstly, u shouldnt be running XP on such an old computer, secondly XP wants 2 shut your computer, but the MOBO & BIOS are very old and won't let it, so the whole thing is stuffing up.
Solution: Buy a new comp or check for BIOS updates from the motherboard manufacturer.
I am fixing a PC for a friend; their power supply went bad, so i switched it but now the PC will NOT turn on using the front PC button but rather it turns on when i plug in the cable in the Power Supply.
& Furthermore, it shows nothing on the monitor when it turns on...
The Power Supply Fan is working, CD Drive open normally & i can hear the Hard drive moving...
Can you guys give me a bit of advance on what i should do next please?
Are you sure you plugged all the connectors correctly? The PC not switching on from the front button would seem to indicate the power switch is not plugged into the motherboard.
I have one of the strangest issues I have come across. After upgrading to 8.1 my power button doesn't always work when trying to enter sleep mode. It's how I send my computer to sleep and wake it up. If the computer is off or asleep and I press the button it works every time, but if it is on and I press it to send it to sleep mode it works probably 25% of the time.
Not sure what specs will be useful so here are the main things: custom built computer inside a "Cooler Master Storm Enforcer" case with an ASRock Z77 Extreme6 motherboard, Intel i7 3770k, and Windows 8.1 Pro w/ media center.
Also as a side issue (that has been going on since before Windows 8.1) when I right click a word in Chrome to auto correct it that only works once per text entry. If I click the new word on the context menu nothing happens.
I `m still having power Issues. After they replace the power button it still doesn't work right. I have to hit the power button multiple times. What can it be. I`m tired of sending it back for repair for the 5 th time. What ever controls the power button still didn't get fix. This is a Home/Business computer I use. I cant relied on it to turn on.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/power-button-doesnt-work/td-p/5668207
Hi, I have an issue with my HP Pavilion Dv6-6178ca. I have tried some things whitout success and now i need the help of the HP community. The power button sometimes work like once on 50 times (or more).Before the problem started, the error message "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" sometimes appear. I have reinstalled the driver, tested my graphic card and all the others components and nothing appears to be defective exept the board... I think... I have tried to reset cmos and reseat memory, without battery etc.I have also tried without network card, optic drive, hdd and it still not working. I came here to know if a reflow of the graphics chips and the chipset is conceivable. Regards,Guillaume
@Guillaume1? These are the most recent updated drivers. http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp55001-55500/sp55092.exe http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp55001-55500/sp55096.exe REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Power-Button-wont-work/td-p/5704358
Okay I ve had my Emachines C for almost four years now It s had many problems already the cpu was overheating a couple times last year I bought a system fan which took care of that problem only a couple months ago i replaced the hard drive due to a whining noise which i understand means it would have died on work does up, but PC powers power Solved: not button me NOW THE LATEST PROBLEM the pc shuts down automatically and then wont turn on until i unplug it from the psu and plug it in again I of course took the cover off and checked it out i turned it on without the monitor plugged in and then rebooted with it plugged in the monitor would go on standby just before it hit the logon screen That happened multiple times So i took the cover off again checked it out and put it back together now what as soon as I plug it in it turns on but the power button light and the hard drive light does not show up the power button will not turn the pc on or off and i can t get a signal from the monitor Wow that was long but that should be it I hope someone can explain this and or tell me how to fix it Thanks nbsp
Hi My Laptop is an HP G - EA which I bought years ago After just one year it started showing problems and the current problems are From the past months on pressing the power button the laptop would not start at all But after pressing hard or after trying several times suddenly and randomly it would start The adapter seems to be fine So I thought the problem is in the connection between the power switch and the motherboard My Questions are Is there any alternative way to start the laptop Any modification or improvisation How do I fix the problem myself I cannot repair the laptop here in Bangladesh since I searched almost the whole city and there are NO experts regarding laptops who can fix the problem I gave it to a well-known repair company and they couldnt fix the problem rather they made other problems as well-- like they cut down the mic and webcam Also I am willing to fix these issues myself if it does not require high-risk parmanent damage I went to the top dealers of HP Button Power Work Doesnt Laptop here but they worsened the problem nbsp
hello. when i try to windows update and restart. the power button (for sleep mode and power on) does not work. but after uninstall the update KB3192404, the button works correctly again. i think this update is necessary for system but this bug prevents me to update.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/after-install-KB3192404-power-button-does-not-work/td-p/5819956
The power button on my Compaq 1247 Notebook does not always work when operating on battery. Compaq doesn't seem to be of any help. Others have had this problem as evidenced by chat on Compaq web site. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this.
I was able to fix this problem on one laptop by letting the battery run all the way down, then recharging it completely before using it again....
[Edited by AcaCandy on 04-09-2001 at 10:27 PM]
I have a simple USB keyboard that has a Sleep, wakeup and poweron button on it.
The sleep button works fine but the others do not.
How do I enable that?
In the BIOS there's the wakeup setting, I chose the key (power button) and it still doesn't work.
I had to disable EUP (an European rule) which, if enabled, makes sure the power consumption of the powered off PC stays under 1 W, but it also eliminates most of the wakeup options to achive that low power level.
Now with that option disabled, it is now possible to enable wake up events but the power button still doesn't work.
Legacy USB keyboard setting is on. Could it be the cause?
What brand of keyboard is it? If it's a Logitech, it could be a driver issue. I have a similar problem with my media buttons on a Logitech keyboard, but it seems that a recent driver update has made them fail. Rolling back the driver made them work again.
Try reinstalling the driver, or rolling back to a previous driver and see if that helps the issue.
My laptop won't power up and I have try's unplugging the AC cord and battery, and it still does not work I need help! My computer is a hp black licorice 15.6http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/My-hp-black-licorice-15-6-power-button-doesn-t-work/td-p/5617910
Hi there, first off, I'd like to say that I am using a Dell XPS l502x. Yesterday I was cleaning my keyboard and palmrest, and i think some liquid got inside the mouse buttons and the power button, because they malfunction now. The mouse buttons do not work, and the power button only works when I press it sometimes. When I do press the mouse buttons, sometimes the laptop will go to sleep or on standby. I'm thinking of buying a replacement for the palmrest because it contains both the power button and touchpad, as well as the mouse buttons, but I need confirmation so that I don't end up wasting money if it doesn't work. Is there anything I can do?
This is my first time posting here, I appreciate any help. Thanks .
Computer's off, it's been off since morning, and I can't get this thing to work! The power button isn't lit, nothing. I press it, and it doesn't turn on the computer at all... I've tried doing these things: -use battery only-use charger only-remove charger and battery, hold button for 30+ seconds, and try again.... none of those work... is my laptop fried? it sucks because i JUST bought this thing a month ago.
hi muffinmonkcan you try one key recover button to check if it works?https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-C-E-K-M-N-and-V-Series/Lenovo-v570-Power-Button-doesn-t-work-Computer-Won-t-start/td-p/648977
the button wont work but it works after being restarted for only 5 minutes....
Today my laptop (windows 8.1) ran out of battery. Later when it was charged again, only a black screen with a cursor appears. Additional the power button does not work. When I press the power button the laptop does not shut down nor boot again, just the black screen with the cursor appears again. Alt+Ctrl+Del does not work either... I don't know what I can do else. Can anybody solve this problem?
Thank you very much for your help
I download slimcleaner software to get rid of many unused programs because my laptop was very slow. Since then I don't have sound. I tried to restart is but I got error 1722 the RPC is unavailable and also the power option button doesn't work.https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/eca814e9-c004-489f-b9a9-c6b100da6dde/power-options-button-doesnt-work-sound-stopped-working-error-1722-rpc-unavailable?forum=w7itproperf
I am helping a friend who inherited a Gateway desktop from a family member I had to replace the button tower from Gateway Accessing eject DVD CD DVD drive on her tower and managed to get the case open relatively easily once I found a Accessing DVD eject button from Gateway tower YouTube video on opening a Gateway tower I replaced the drive but when I went to put the front back on the case I noticed that Accessing DVD eject button from Gateway tower the front bezel effectively covered the eject button on the DVD drive making it impossible to open close the drive via the button nbsp There are two bays of the right size on this particular Gateway tower both at the very top of the tower The bezel has a hinged door that folds down in front of each of the two upper bays so that you can access the drive when you need access but the bezel itself has a tallish horizontal divider that covers the eject button nbsp I'm having trouble believing that anyone could actually design something that definitely blocks access to the eject button which is below the drive tray just like on most DVD drives so I'm guessing there is a trick of some kind to removing the crossbrace or whatever it is that is blocking access to the eject button I'm darned if I can figure out the trick though The crossbrace has some kind of slidey-thing on the side facing the computer but pushing it does nothing that I can see and the crossbrace itself seems to be the same piece as the bezel nbsp Could someone tell me either a how to remove that crossbrace orb confirm that it can't be done because the bezel is poorly designed nbsp Many thanks
Can you post the desktop model number and pics of old and new drives?http://community.acer.com/t5/Gateway-eMachines-and-Packard/Accessing-DVD-eject-button-from-Gateway-tower/td-p/417808
I am helping a friend who inherited a Gateway DVD eject from tower Gateway button Accessing desktop from a family member I had to replace the CD DVD drive on her tower and managed to get the case open relatively easily once I found a Accessing DVD eject button from Gateway tower YouTube video on opening a Gateway tower I replaced the drive but when I went to put the front back on the case I noticed that the front bezel effectively covered the eject button on the DVD drive making it impossible to open close the drive via the button nbsp There are Accessing DVD eject button from Gateway tower two bays of the right size on this particular Gateway tower both at the very top of the tower The bezel has a hinged door that folds down in front of each of the two upper bays so that you can access the drive when you need access but the bezel itself has a tallish horizontal divider that covers the eject button nbsp I'm having trouble believing that anyone could actually design something that definitely blocks access to the eject button which is below the drive tray just like on most DVD drives so I'm guessing there is a trick of some kind to removing the crossbrace or whatever it is that is blocking access to the eject button I'm darned if I can figure out the trick though The crossbrace has some kind of slidey-thing on the side facing the computer but pushing it does nothing that I can see and the crossbrace itself seems to be the same piece as the bezel nbsp Could someone tell me either a how to remove that crossbrace orb confirm that it can't be done because the bezel is poorly designed nbsp Many thanks
Can you post the desktop model number and pics of old and new drives?http://community.acer.com/t5/Gateway-eMachines-and-Packard/Accessing-DVD-eject-button-from-Gateway-tower/td-p/417808/jump-to/first-unread-message
Please help. My on/off power button on the front of my tower is disconnected from my motherboard. Where exactley should I reconnect it too? So I can power up my computer. Thanks
Not all motherboards are the same. To find the correct header pins you have to refer to the motherboard manual although sometimes the motherboard labels the pins clearly enough so you can figure it out. However, with the motherboard installed in the case, it could be difficult.
If you can't find your manual, try going to the motherboard's manufacturer site to download a copy of the manual (usually a pdf format). If you have a major manufacturer made PC (Dell, HP, Gateway, Emachines, etc.), you might have to try their websites. Good info from those sites might be hit or miss.
In reference to the following posting, http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19676126:
I am not the individual who initiated this query but I did have the same issue with my Dell Inspiron 5547, where it wouldn't turn on after a power button shut down.
I followed Hema's instructions by removing the battery and charger and then holding down the power button for a few seconds, and then putting back the parts. It seemed to have done the trick... At least for now. Is this just a temporary fix?
While doing a Google search for a solution I seem to have encountered a number of people who experienced the same issue. Can you also explain why this happens with this particular Dell laptop? Is it a model flaw?
Hi every one Recently I purchased new PC After installing windows XP Pro SP I found that there is a missing button in Power option properties The missing button is When I Button my is not option (When press sleep in button) Power [SOLVED] pr of available I press the sleep button on my computer I can find only When I press the power button on my computer My system configuration is as follow Mother board Gigabyte EP -UD R Rev My graphic card is ATI Radeon HD Windows XP SP RAM Gb Kingston DDRII CPU Core Quad GHz It worth saying that I can shutdown hibernate or put my PC into sleep mode so the functions are working but only the button is missing I [SOLVED] Button of (When I press sleep button) is not available in my Power option pr will appreciated very much if some can advise me how to restore the missing button Is there some option in BIOS that [SOLVED] Button of (When I press sleep button) is not available in my Power option pr will enable this button I contacted Gigabyte customer support but they directed me to Microsoft I also contacted ATI but they directed me to Microsoft or BIOS settings In my BIOS I can't find any option that may affect this button Any advise will be appreciated Best regards
Does the case actually have a separate Sleep Button? I suspect it's not even connected, as the motherboard manual doesn't show a connection for a Sleep Button, only a Power Button.
Windows Power Options won't list it, as it doesn't exist.
If you have a Sleep Button on the keyboard, it might not be listed in Power Options either. That would be up to the Driver software to add that option. You may have to use the software that came with the keyboard to configure the sleep button on the keyboard.
I was on the computer and all of a sudden the power cut in and out downstairs and the tower shut off... I tried to restart and got nothing...does this mean something is fried? help..I use windows XP
I know this is possible, because I've done it before (a long time ago). How do I change which browser comes up when pressing the web browser button that's to the right of the power button? Google doesn't have an answer.
Hey Peregrin72, Great question! You could first try changing your default Internet Browser setting in Windows. 1. Click the Start button 2. Type 'default'3. Click Default Programs4. Click Set Your Default Programs5. Click on the desired browser and then click Set this program as default. Let me know the results of that change. There is also a registry change that may help.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Web-Browser-hard-button-next-to-power-button-how-to-change/td-p/2745333
hi guys the on /off button on the wifes laptop broke up and was replaced with a new betzel incorperateing the buttons, it was also noted that the button on the pcb underneath was badly damaged also replaced this part
however laptop will now not start at all, battery charge light on, and on/off button feels mechanically sound .
any thoughts greatly appreciated ( be gentle and plz anwser in plain simple terms as im not a techhead)
Im working on Compaq something tower. Doing a favor for the mother in law. This tower is her co-workers and asked if I could look at it.
At first glance, all the internal cables and wired are firmly attached. So I direct my attention to the power source, It is equipped with a green led light (to tell its getting power I assume). This little green light is not lighting up when plugged in. Its doing nothing. Power source model is a Bestec ATX-250-12z
Any ideas or suggestions?
This might sound daft, but I've done it before. Have you made sure that you have plugged it in and switched on at the wall socket? Is there power to the wall socket? Try with another appliance that you know is working. Does the fuse need changing in the plug, and is the wiring secure?
I just got back from being out of town; went to check my email and my computer won't turn on. Everything else is getting power just fine: printer, scanner, router, modem, keyboard, screen. The light won't even come on on the tower. I have: unplugged and replugged from tower and the wall; tried a different and known-to-work power cord; used the toggle on the back of the tower to turn on and off; held the on button in for 5-10 seconds; opened up the case and made sure everything inside is seated firmly.
Any thoughts? I'm a pretty basic user but can follow directions!
Hello. My new (1) month old computer has no power. It's a tower but has a power supply on the cord like a laptop.90W 19.5V.My multimeter says it is only putting out 16 volts.Computer does nothing. Would a 3.5 volt drop in this power cause this?HP support only open 9-5 M-F and it's Sat night.Seems like such a small power supply for even the little tower this is.Can I get this under warranty?Thanks for your time.Roberthttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/510-a010-tower-no-power/td-p/5846588
So yesterday I tried to turn on my Pc at home. the lights on the tower turned on for a split moment and poof...like a fart in the wind, it was gone
I checked my motherboard and Ram Strips for visual burns or discrepency, but they look as new as they where when I first got them
I assume that leaves either my Hard drive or my Power Supply went out...is there anyway to check for these flaws without taking everything apart?
or anything I might be missing as far as trouble shooting goes?
I left for the weekend with the computer on, but screen saver running..blah blah....I come back to the power off in my room. It seemed that there was a surge or the breaker popped. But, now that the power is back on everything in my room is fine, except the computer tower. The monitor, speakers and everything else is fine, but the tower won't turn on. I even used the same power cord for a different tower in my room and that turns on, but my computer won't. Anyone have any suggestions, I'm kind of stumped and tapped out on ideas?
Top suspect would be the power supply, it's the first thing in the line of any surges.
I recently installed w7 fresh install and all of a sudden my display and tower will not power down anymore.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
What does it do when you try? As in, how far does it get?
I am assuming you are just clicking Start>>Shut Down. Is that right?
When I boot up my system it gets to the CD drive and then the hard drive light comes on but it doesn t go past that It just a Power/Tower Maybe ? problem hangs and the monitor doesn t show the boot up progress But If I turn on the power then off then on again real quick the system beeps and boots up like normal I am assuming it is a power button malfunction or power gone bad on the tower in general Maybe a Power/Tower problem ? But When I go to shutdown it does its usual thing but then there is no quot it is now safe to shutdown quot screen and the hard drive light is red and hangs but whenever I boot up it doesn t try to scan for errors So the system thinks it is shutting down like normal I downloaded and installed the latest Via Hyperion in drivers which my motherboard works off of and it didn t help I have the latest update for McAfee and it doesn t find any viruses nbsp
Got a store-bought Gateway SX-2800 model which is a mini-tower. Upgrading the video card, and as a result I am also upgrading the power supply.
Being a mini-tower, will it definitely need a specialized power supply, or will a standard PSU work?
If it needs a specialized PSU where do you suggest getting them and how - would I take the dimensions of my PSU and then talk to a manufacturer? Or would buying a new case along with a standard PSU be cheaper?
our office desktop tower will not turn on...we've disconnected the power sources etc and still nothing?
What exactly do you mean by this?
we've disconnected the power sources etc and still nothing?Click to expand...
I have pulled it a part and cleand it but I wont work no matter what I have done can u plz help by the way it is a luminer 532 Microsoft
could be a hardware related issue with the touch. take your device to a authorized service center for an inspection.
If you need additional help or want to reply to this thread , learn how to join windows central.
Hi, I am having a problem with booting up my computer. Everytime I turn the computer on, the HDD light comes on but the power light doesn't. When I press the reset button, everything starts working and the computer boots up. I think the problem might be the wires that get plugged into the motherboard. I don't know how to correctly install them and the manual that came with the motherboard doesn't help at all. I have a GA-7IXE4 motherboard with 1000 MHZ AMD and 256 MB RAM. If anybody could assist me with this problem, please do so. If anybody knows how the wires are suppose to be plugged into the motherboard correctly, please let me know because I think that might be the main problem. Thanks.
It shows the proper connections on page 15 of the manual.
Neither the power on or reset button need any polarity concerns when connecting, they are both use open/closed type switches.
The reset connector is label RE, THE power connector is labeled PW.
Hi everyone, newbie here :) My question: I recently purchased a refurbished Dell 780 Optiplex DT, small form pc. I would like to put in in a tower case, that way I can use a standard dvd drive, and and perhaps a better power supply (I did some research and found a wiring schematic showing how to convert a standard supply to work with these little fellers :) but not sure what type case to use..any suggestions?http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19993622
I was on my computer when it froze. I tried to get to the task manager by clear alt delete bt it wouldn't work. So I shut it off via power button. When I tried to stat it up it wouldn't turn on. I tried checking the cords and the power source but I couldn't find anything wrong. I unplug the powe cord and tried again the CD drive light and a yellow light below the power light flashed but nothing else. The power light seems to be red. I don't know what's wrong with it could you help? My computer info Compaq Windows XP Home Editor, Intel inside celeron processor. Thank you.
Not sure if i'm in the right place or not so apologies in advance.
I've just bought a new tower with Windows 7 on it and tried installing it today, it's now 12 hours later and i cannot get monitor, keyboard, mouse to work. They were working last night with the old tower. The light comes on the monitor but turns to orange and says No signal.
The buttons on the front don't wnat to work at all i have to use the one at the back and i have no clue what to do next.
I thought it would be a good idea to buy exactly what i wanted but maybe i've made a mistake and should have bought one 'all in'.
Trouble is i'd bought the accessories not too long ago and i was loathe to buy new just for the sake of it.
We purchased 2 m800 Full size tower machines. We need to add additional drives, but the PSU only allows for one additional SATA Connector. The PSU is using a 10+4 pin connector and I cannot find a PSU or adapter to adapt a 24 pin PSU. What options do I have? Is there such an adapter?https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/M800-Tower-power-supplies/td-p/3392750
I have recently bought a New tower( a super tower) a new power supply, 500 volt ATX 2.0. I have tried two motherboards and I can't even get to BIOS. Would this possibly be the CPU? Keep in mind that I tried the bare minimum took out everything except the video card and the power to the motherboard. Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated. Unfortunately I can't remember the exact type of motherboard, as I am away from home at the moment.
I have a Precision Tower 3620 recently acquired and I am installing a BARCO MXRT 7500 video board. This board need a 8 pins connector to the supply the operating voltages.
The power supply does not have this connector and its capacity is only 290 watts. In order to supply the video board and increase the capacity and want to change by other power supply.
I want to know if DELL has a large power supply that include this 8 pins connector for use whit this 3620 tower?
Hi all just bought a hp tower as it needed reformatting or a boot disc I turned it on and it got to screen saying thank you your pc is now set up but then the little egg timer came up and after 5 minutes the pc just switched off now no green light on back by psu and no power has the psu just blown or could it be another problem .. thanks in advance
UPDATE - plugged my psu into it and it turned on so im assuming ive been very unlucky and psu has just blown can anyone help me where to get one very cheap pc is a hp media centre m000 I looked on ebay and cant seem to see anything the one in there is the origanal I think which is a 230watt
Maybe - http://www.911forpcs.com/m376n.html
i have a dell 2400 that has a similar problem to the one in this thread: http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/962133-tower-still-but-power-light.html
difference is that all 4 lights in the back stay green and there are no odd rings during start-up.
I have been trying to find how I can upgrade the power supply from 280w to a 400w. I don't care if it's through HP or another company at this point. I keep reading that this machine uses a proprietary unit so how do I purchase one that works??http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Power-Supply-Upgrade-for-HP-EliteDesk-800-G2-Tower/td-p/5854152
We purchased two M800 Full size tower machines. We need to add additional drives, but the PSU only allows for one additional SATA Connector. The PSU is using a 10+4 pin connectors and I cannot find a PSU or adapter to adapt a 24 pin PSU. What options do I have? Is there such an adapter?
Mod: edited Sunbject line to reflect the greater scope of the solution
Go to Solution.
Drives, especially SSDs, require every little power. Why not use SATA power splitters, rather than replacing the power supplies.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/M700-900-Tower-upgrade-power-supply-with-after-market/td-p/3392750
I am having trouble with the prongs where the power cable is plugged in on the back of the tower. The computer does not come on unless I jiggle the prongs. The computer stays on just fine, then, so long as I don't turn it off. If I have to turn it off, then to get it on the next time, I have to jiggle the prongs again. I have already replaced the power cord, so I know it's not that. Have you ever heard of this happening? Is it possible to replace this part?
Thank you for your help! Maggie
That power cable goes into the power supply. If the cable is good, there is something wrong with the prongs of the power supply. Do you have a spare to swap to confirm?
i have searched the forum but have not been able to find anything that says it is ok to use a regular atx power supply in an optiplex 960 mini tower. I have an 620 mini tower and it uses a regular atx but no info on the 960. Anyone know if it is ok , or have to use dell only power supply
Optiplex 960 MT power supply upgradeshttp://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19993919
I'm looking to upgrade my HP z230's power supply from the base 400w to something around 600w, doing research however I learned that HP's motherboard is not compatible with normal 24 pin inputs but with a 18 pin input as such I have not been able to find a power supply that fits my system, does anybody have a solution to my problem?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Power-supply-upgrade-for-HP-z230-tower/td-p/5707601
About a month ago I found my computer tower was still on but the screen was black and the green power light on the tower had turned amber The light wasn t blinking it was steady I had to hold the power button down to get it to shut down and restart It happened yesterday again when I hadn t been near it for awhile and that time and the time before I had FF up with stuff to look at later so I thought it was going into standby mode or something except that it happened again about minutes ago while I was using it No odd noises before the light changes color either Although I have heard a couple odd noises that might be coming from the tower in the last little while It sort of sounds 'on' power tuns light Tower amber? but still like a phone set to ring on pulse but it is pretty quite and two quick rings of two pulses about minutes apart It seems to be fine after restarting Preliminary ideas as to what could be causing this I ve done some basic research and have read that it could be the power supply I will also say that each time it has happened the computer has been on for over hours before hand It is a dell can t mind model right now and is running Windows XP home nbsp
worth running dell diagnostics usually press 12 on start up
I'm looking to upgrade my HP z230's power supply from the base 400w to something around 600w, doing research however I learned that HP's motherboard is not compatible with normal 24 pin inputs but with a 18 pin input as such I have not been able to find a power supply that fits my system, does anybody have a solution to my problem?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Power-supply-upgrade-for-HP-z230-tower/td-p/5707598
I have a fairly new Radeon 8500 video card (the 128 MB version) in my PC. I need to replace the card in my G4 to get my new cinema display to work. Will the PC Radeon card work in the G4 tower? It has an AGP slot for the video card. I am just wondering if there is a difference between Mac and PC AGP cards?
Please do not double post..............................:no:
We purchased two M800 Full size tower machines. We need to add additional drives, but the PSU only allows for one additional SATA Connector. The PSU is using a 10+4 pin connectors and I cannot find a PSU or adapter to adapt a 24 pin PSU. What options do I have? Is there such an adapter?
Mod: edited Sunbject line to reflect the greater scope of the solution
Go to Solution.
Drives, especially SSDs, require every little power. Why not use SATA power splitters, rather than replacing the power supplies.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/M700-900-Tower-upgrade-power-supply-with-a-standard-after-market/td-p/3392750
I cannot get nbsp an OptiPlex Mini Tower to power on It had been running fairly continuously in an office environment on a APC battery backup surge protector until it failed Monday morning no Tower exterior Mini 755 won't OptiPlex power on, lights Then there was some orange light that was flashing or continuous When the computer was turned off it would not come on again OptiPlex 755 Mini Tower won't power on, no exterior lights Sorry for the vagueness but this is second-hand information I found a fair amount of dust inside but I ve seen far worse on computers When I push the power button I get no change no light in the power button no diagnostic lights no sounds no OptiPlex 755 Mini Tower won't power on, no exterior lights fan movement When I connect it to power the quot AUX LED quot light on the motherboard comes on a solid nbsp yellow amber so the PSU is putting out something Is this likely to be a PSU problem Is there some way to pin it down other than buying a replacement PSU Thanks for any help Joe Mhttp://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19994415
What is this error, please need emergency help asap!
could be a hardware failure, take the device to nearest authorized service center for an inspection as such behavior usually point sot a damaged power key.
If you need additional help or want to reply to this thread , learn how to join windows central.
Hello After putting my computer into sleep mode last night I was unable to get it to boot into windows this morning When i pressed the power blank (unable to power button) sleep power with mode screen Windows off 7 after buttong everything turn on and working all fans are functional gpu power led is on all hard drives amp cd drives are functional Windows 7 blank screen after sleep mode (unable to power off with power button) But the problem is the screen to my monitor is blank I also noticed that my usb Windows 7 blank screen after sleep mode (unable to power off with power button) aren't working mouse connection light isn't on I tried a soft Windows 7 blank screen after sleep mode (unable to power off with power button) power off by holding down the power button but no luck The system does not turn off no matter how long I hold it The only way to turn it off is by pulling the power supply cord or turning the power supply switch off My pc build AMD FX- GHz Socket AM core processor ASUS ENGTX DCII OC DI GD Geforce GTX ASUS M A LE R Motherboard COOLMAX ZU- B W ATX V Power Supply G SKILL Ripjaws X Series GB x GB -pin DDR SDRAM PC Prolimatech PRO Panther mm CPU Cooler NZXT Phantom PHAN- RD case THE PROBLEM Computer turn on with everything running as usual but shows blank screen on monitor Cannot soft power off by pressing power button Things I tried Clear CMOS by removing battery and switching pins Running with GB RAM instead of move the ram around the slots amp alternate which Ram is used Check my monitor by testing it with another computer Tried pulling the PS plug and holding the computer power button for min Test the GPU with another computer amp it runs fine I tried removing all USB and excess drive and booting up with only the essential GPU CPU HD Ram Checked all connection between Motherboard and Power supply Checked all connection within the PC From my research I noticed that many people are saying that there is something to do with the ASUS motherboard bios that need to be updated And since I cannot even get into the boot screen I can't update the bios Please let me know if there is anything I can do try to troubleshoot the problem Thank you so much Kevin
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
Toshiba Satellite A25-S2792 w/ XP & P4 has greenpower chord is lit and yellow battery light is flashing when power chord is plugged in. After I press the power button, the power chord light changes to yellow, begins flashing and the battery light goes out. Removing the battery gives the same results. Pressing and holding power button down for 20 seconds w/ battery out yields same result as well. Suggestions?
The motherboard is bad. Have you tried reseating the memory?
recently bought a Dell Inspiron 14 5459 on June 12, 2016 and first thing I noticed is that to turn on the laptop I need to press and hold down the power button at least for 3 seconds in order for the laptop to boot up, this seems strange, I brought up this issue at the Dell Store where I bought the laptop and the sales people there told me that they noticed this in most Inspiron models. Is this normal?
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.
Why does shutting down the computer removing the AC Adapter removing power sources, hold down remove all computer, button power Shut down the battery if it is a laptop and holding down the power button for seconds fix problems in one's computer I was recently corrected in a post of mine that this does not actually do anything unless one removes the volt battery from the motherboard but I know this is Shut down computer, remove all power sources, hold down power button not true from experience Here is the correction I am referring to from a more experienced member nbsp nbsp Quote Originally Posted by TVeblen I'm sorry but I feel I need to correct misinformation Lots of folks read these posts The motherboard has a volt battery installed in it This battery provides just enough power to retain all of the BIOS settings regardless of the state of the main power or the power supply Following the steps above will not reset the BIOS or the CMOS chip You can reset the BIOS defaults by selecting that option from within the BIOS settings Usually on the Exit menu To reset the CMOS Clear the CMOS chip there will be either a jumper on the motherboard to perform this function with or newer boards have an actual reset button The above procedure will work to restore the BIOS defaults if you add the step b - remove the v battery But it will not clear the CMOS The reason I know that doing the hardware reset I described initially works I have a laptop that occasionally suffers from a USB Device Error issue Every port gives me the message that the USB Device Is Not Recognized If I follow the steps initially outlined in this post it fixes my issue I have done this at least times My roommate a few years ago was unable to load Windows from his brand new laptop after just six months of owning the machine The screen would not even show the BIOS options We tried a half dozen times to get it to load by turning it off and back on Finally I turned it off unplugged the AC adapter then unplugged the battery and held down the power button for seconds Plugged the battery back in plugged the AC adapter back in and presto Windows ran like nothing had ever been wrong I have been doing troubleshooting with my girlfriend's laptop and her family's computers four laptops and a desktop and have fixed all four laptops from various boot issues and crash issues using the method that apparently does not perform any sort of reset I have asked computer people why the method works I have asked electrical engineers why the method works The only answer that makes sense to me is an electrical engineer told me that holding down the power button with no power going into the machine allows the capacitors to drain by closing the circuit I have yet to get an entirely satisfactory answer other than it performs some sort of hardware BIOS CMOS reset which apparently is incorrect So is it magic Or does someone out there actually know what it does
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.
Hello Hoping someone here can offer some advice I own a Dell Dell amber shutdown on won't random button power power XPS solid studio xps t- that is a couple years old I recently replaced my harddrive and since then don t know if it s a coincidence or not I m having another problem After I installed it the first time my computer went into sleep mode hibernation I couldn t wake it up Power light was Dell XPS random shutdown won't power on solid amber power button flashing white Eventually I shut it down manually and then it wouldn t boot Had a solid amber light no power except the power supply Fans not working I unplugged everything and made sure it was all good Wouldn t start Left it overnight and plugged it in the next morning Started up Worked great for about hours and then just randomly shut down no errors or anything Same deal Wouldn t start amber solid power light Let it sit for awhile reseated everything and wouldn t start Gave up for awhile tried a few hours later and it started I read a few boards pointing to the power supply being bad or not powerful enough However I replaced the power supply about months ago with a Corsair which is plenty power Could still be an issue perhaps but seems odd it would die in that little time I also replaced my graphics card if that matters Finally the last time I checked all the plugs I also took out the board batter for a few minutes to try and quot reset quot things Not sure if that matters either So I m at a loss where to go from here I could replace the power supply and I have read it could be a board issue but I don t know why it would still power up occasionally Any thoughts would be fabulous I need my computer for all jobs and it s creating a huge problem for me Thanks nbsp
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
My laptop will no longer turn on. When the AC adapter is plugged in, the LED light is white indicating power is arriving at the laptop. However, nothing happens when I push the power button. Troubleshooting steps I have completed already include: Hard reset (several times including after each step below)Tried starting without the batteryRemoved all removable components and reseated themRemoved all removable components as well as bottom cover. Cleaned with compressed air. Put everything back.Nothing appears wrong and nothing happened between the last time it turned on and this time that I am aware of. The laptop is out of warranty, and I am pretty handy with computers. Is there anything that can be suggested short of a hardware replacement that would help get this resolved? TIA
@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,http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Envy-15-j100-receives-power-from-adapter-but-power-button/td-p/5824244
I have had my Hp laptop for 3 years now. It has been working perfectly, up until 2 weeks ago. It would not turn on when I clicked the power button. After clicking the power button, 15 minutes later I noticed it just came to life. Sometimes it doesn't turn on at all for days, but sometimes I click the power button and it boots within 15-30 minutes. When i click the power button, nothing happens at all for that duration. No fans, no lights nothing. The only light on is the power cord button that is always on when i plug it in. I did replace the power cord, and tried cleaning out the insides, it did nothing. Should i just replace the motherboard?
Ps. Hp pavilion dv6-6c43cl
See if your mobo has a power switch on the actual board itself. Power it on that way and see if the problem persistshttp://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/377192-hp-laptop-takes-15-minutes-power-after-clicking-power-button.html
Just got a dell inspiron running vista home premium 64. works fine, except each morning the power button is blinking blue and unit has to be unplugged- mouse does not wake it, pressing power button kicks all the cooling fans into high gear, but nothing more. i suspect that this happens when unit goes into sleep or hibernate mode. under 'power plan', "dell recommended" is checked.
thank-you for any expert advice that you can offer
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.
My g laptop is years old so probably time for a new one BUT I'd like to get some more life out of this if I could nbsp nbsp Currently I'm running only on battery power The G570 flashing when cord plugged... power button power power button upper left right above the F key is solid white however when I plug it in it'll start charging for about seconds and then it stops charging and the power button starts flashing white nbsp G570 power button flashing when power cord plugged... nbsp I've tried the shutting down taking out the battery and pressing the power button and also holding the button to discharge Still the same outcome nbsp I've also tried turning it on with the battery removed and just the AC G570 power button flashing when power cord plugged... power source and it turns out and makes it past the Lenovo splash screen but loses power before getting to the windows loading screen nbsp nbsp G570 power button flashing when power cord plugged... Any other suggestions Or should I just assume the charging circuit on the motherboard has failed and I should rescue my data while I canhttps://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-B-and-G-Series-Notebooks/G570-power-button-flashing-when-power-cord-plugged-in/td-p/3439524
Dear all, I am going to buy a HP Z240 tower workstation. Do anyone know that the decibel of this computer? Is it louder? Do you know which HP workstation works quietly? Many thanks! Celiahttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Does-HP-Z240-Tower-Workstation-work-noisily/td-p/5854515
Please let me know the difference between sleep button and power button
Is sleep button the one which will be on the keyboard?
On the CPU there will 2 buttons one will be to start the computer and another one to restart computer?
Can these buttons be used to work like to enter in sleep mode, hibernate mode etc(Making changes in power options in control panel)
I'm having windows 7 computer
sleep buttons depend on the manufacturers to where they go. most laptops sleep function is assigned to an F key and used in conjuction with the function or "fn" button. usually on F2 or F3.
These buttons are not programmable via the power options in control panel.
if its a desktop and doesnt have a dedicated sleep button you can reasign the task to either the restart or power button within control panel and or set it to sleep/hybernate after a given time.
i am using dell optiplex 780-Mini Tower. last week my pc didn't startup windows and stuck load on dell logo screen with flash light showing 1 - 4 and off LED light. also didn't access/load boot menu, bios. i tried power on with all external devise unplugged but show same problem.
can you pls help me out. thanks in advance.
You ram is bad. F2 Bios setup requires working ram.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19992986
How much ram can be installed in a m70e? i've seen sites that offer 8GB sticks.
Also is the power supply universal?
Mod: edited title to describe the greater scope of thread
Go to Solution.
If you don't wish to buy memory from Lenovo, both Kingston and Crucial have 'System Specific' memory for your system that are guarranteed to work. Memory timings must be match what the BIOS expects for the system to recognize it, and generic memory often doesn't work.
Use your Hardware Maintenance Manual for instructions on how to upgrade the memory. After making any memory change, run 2 passes of MemTest86 to ensure all is well. A few older system types (eg. some models of M58), required a BIOS update to support 4 GB modules. I'm not familiar with the M70, but it's probably similar to the other models. If you take the cover off and measure the existing supply, then you'll know if it is a ATX or TFX standard. )
The Mini-Tower uses a standar ATX power supply, and the SFF a standard TFX pwer supply. A power connector adapter (ATX to Lenovo) is required for M92 and forward. For the SFF, the maximum aftermarket TFX is 400w, with 350w being more common -- not a huge increase over stock. For the Mini-tower, I have had an 650w aftermarket Corsair in mine (I recommend one that is semi-modular and shorter, as space is limited inside the case.
Dell E Intell Pentium D g memory WinXP I have been having a problem starting my computer from the tower Called Dell the first time but it just orange Can't flashing has light start start, tower on button, happened to start up while I was talking to them They said I probably pushed the button on a slant Well it has happened twice since I shut down normally last night Can't start, tower has flashing orange light on start button, amp this morning pushed the start button made sure I wasn t quot slanted quot same thing I get a flashing orange light and then a voice that says quot Press repeat button to receive setup instructions quot Where is a repeat button I have held the start button in for a minimum of minutes but it won t shut off Pulled power amp let it sit for min amp tried again flashing orange So I just let it continue flashing and this time it finally shut off Went to start again walla it started Now this is the third time and I am afraid the next time it won t start ever Someone out there able to help Was surprised at Dell trying to sell me tech help in North America so I could get faster response time amp a North American This was before they would start to answer my question nbsp
Hello i have a HP G60-447Cl notebook that came with Vista Home Premium and I ran a hard drive test from the HP setup utility which failed at 82% which i was kind of expecting but when i hit <esc> to back out my screen froze where it was at and when i tried to hold the power/reset button to shut it down nothing happens.My battery is non-removable so that option is out. Short of just lettting the battery run out I have no clue how to turn it off. Does any one know of any thing that can help me or have a theory as to what caused this in the first place.http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-3134650/power-reset-button-wont-power-motebook.html
Please I need help, my system power light comes on and goes off immediately after I press the power button. Please what should I do?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/When-I-press-my-system-power-button-the-power-light-comes-on/td-p/5813762
I recently upgraded Windows 7 to Windows 10. When I power down the system from the menu, my computer does not completely turn off. The procedure I use is described below:
Click Windows_Start_button > Power > Shutdown
The system closes applications and appears to initiate a shutdown procedure. Everything appears to be shut off, but my mouse is still lit up. I do notice that the fan stops and everything else appears to be completely shut down. When I was running Windows 7 before my upgrade, my system completely powered down.
I have a dual boot system with Linux, and when I power down from Linux, the shutdown is complete, so I don't think I accidentally did anything to the hardware or BIOS.
Has anyone else experienced this? I'm pretty sure there is some tweak in Windows 10 that would fix this, but I haven't found it yet. Thanks for any suggestions you might be able to offer.
I found the solution on another thread. If you have this problem try the following:
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. Right click the Menu button.
3. Left click -> Control Panel > Power Options > Choose what the power button does > Change settings that are currently unavailable
4. Uncheck the box next to Turn on fast startup (recommended)
5. Make sure Hibernate is unchecked.
6. Left click Save changes.
The next time you shut down the computer, it will be completely powered off. At least this worked on my machine.
Nvidia P356 Quadro FX4600 graphics card - 768MB GDDR3 PCI-Express x16 dual DVI out thank you all
As long as you have a PCI express socket on the motherboard, that card will work. You may need a power cable adapter to be able to connect the card to the power supply
I ve got a number of systems that have Windows 3020MT media Recovery Tower on won't 10 Windows work downgrade installed by default So I ve switched the firmware to UEFI as Windows 10 Recovery media won't work on 3020MT Tower per Windows 10 Recovery media won't work on 3020MT Tower I then booted the DVD from the UEFI boot dvd option and then try to install the OS but didn t get the option I also checked the following article but I don t get the option to Install as per step instead I get options for recovery repair same as you d get when running a recovery disc I ve tried the firmware with or without Secure Boot enabled that doesn t make a difference I ve also tried creating a UEFI USB stick from the DVD and using that same result Finally if I go through the advanced options I can select the built in option for Recovering the OS from disk the problem with this is that it installed a clean Windows install no drivers no Dell specific tweaks no Office trial installed which I simply want to activate Thought I d try the forums before calling Dell support on Monday Any ideas
I'd say skip the Dell media and use the installer from Microsoft ...
No drivers, but those few that are likely to be installed are easy enough to install.
No Dell-specific tweaks - other than Dell branding (which I doubt there is anyone that would 'want' that specifically), I'm not sure what you are referring to.
Office trial is just the free version apps with the Click-to-Run app installed - when you "activate" Office through the Click-to-Run with an existing key, the files for the version you activate are downloaded from the web anyway, so there is really no reason to let that deter you.
we have 2 SSD connected on the Gray connectors. When I try to connect a 3rd SSD on white or black connectors, the SSD isn't recogonized even in Bios. Sata (0) and Sata (1) are recogonized I tried to swap the new one with gray connectors, and it worked. How can I connect the 3rd SSD. Anything needs to be enabled? I checked in BIOS and not a lot of options for this. Updated the BIOS firmware to 3.84 and still no luck. I found a similar thread http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Adding-a-drive-to-a... but is not of help Kindly help. Product: HP Z420 Tower Workstation
Is the third SSD the very same specification type?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/3rd-SSD-doesn-t-work-when-connected-HP-Z420-Tower/td-p/5695085
I have a Dell OptiPlex GX mini-tower smallest one thereis and the original W power supply died a few months ago without warning I ordered a new power supply but accidentally ordered the wrong size W for one of the larger towers I used it in the meantime until I could get the proper size although the W supply wouldn t fit in the mini case I left it out of the case and ran the wires through the power plug hole The computer booted up just fine with this W power supply I finally got around to ordering the W smaller correct size but that power supply would not boot up the computer just got an amber flashing light Thinking it was OptiPlex supply GX280 power mini-tower problem Dell just faulty I sent it back and requested a replacement The replacement did not work either I Dell OptiPlex GX280 mini-tower power supply problem ordered a third replacement and the third did not work either So now I am back to using the W power supply No HP-U F which does not fit in the computer housing I know these Dell OptiPlex machines are notorious for having power supply and capacitor issues But the question is why will the computer power on using the W power supply I contacted Dell and they were of no help whatsoever The guy told me that W wasn t enough to power my machine and to order a W power supply correctly sized for my chassis Gee thanks First of all they don t make W that fit in the mini towers and second of all why did it used to work just fine Oh and no I have not upgraded anything i e video card etc which could have caused the need for extra juice Thanks in advance for any assistance nbsp
Hi, Im sending this from a different computer. Two days ago, after my comp got stuck, I turned off the power button on tower.....now when press it, only name of company(gateway) appears briefly, then just a black screen with a little white cursor in top left corner---tried to enter into safe mode, no luck---is it power buttton?
---any ideas? thanks
I had a similar problem once and someone told me its a virus attack.... Its probably the same for you too. I had to format the C: drive and re-install the OS then. You may try that too...
Hi everybody I tried to search on google about this but it s not really help and it never happen to me before so I post here My PC was running normally for a long time just couple weeks ago I sent supply or button problem? power Power my faulty video card xfx nvidia ultra to get warranty service and they sent me back another The new one works fine but Power supply or power button problem? a week later I tried to turn on my computer and there s no power at all No lights on Power supply or power button problem? no fan running just no sign of power So I check inside if there s any wire from the PSU is unplugged but everything looks good nothing seems wrong I m sure the power from the wall is good and the power switch on the back is on So I tried to check the wired again push the power cable to the mother harder and press the button it worked But that doesnt solve the problem if I put something heavy near the PC or the desk is vibrating a little bit the power turns off I press the power button again it would not turn on until I open the case and press the power cable to the motherboard harder it s on I then close the side panel it s off no power This is really annoyed me I dont know what else to do What caused this problem The power supply or the power button Can somebody help me My system specs ECS G T-M mobo Intel E Duo x GB RAM x SATA HD nVidia ultra video card ULTRA s watt PSU nbsp
need help please picked up a hp g - sa laptop the laptop had been just freshly factory reset so when i got it home i installed all my bits rubish ect then ran windows update well it took ages but founds lots of updates but it froze up when downloading could turn laptop off or anything so pulled power supply and pulled out battery which by power power will starts when but button not ... hp g6-1326sa turned it of so then batter back in power supply in press power button nothing double hp g6-1326sa will not power by power button but starts when ... checked battery all in ect and light was on power suply ect still wouldnt power read a few tricks ie takeing battery out holding power button for secs up to min in some hp g6-1326sa will not power by power button but starts when ... cases then power supply in with out batter turn on nothig got miffed then started hitting alll keys the pressed f the world sign then it started to boot but came up with hp web quick start up or something like that and asks for a password but i have no password asked previous owner if there was any password they said no they restored and never put any password on so the only option i get is shut down which i do and it still wont start by poer button but if i hit f nbsp get same again any idea please i picked up for my kids for homework and its starting to turn out more hassle than it was worth thanks in adavance for any desperate help or advice neededhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/hp-g6-1326sa-will-not-power-by-power-button-but-starts-when/td-p/5629770
Hey folks Thanks for checking out my post I've looked online but couldn't find a solution so I thought I'd make my own post nbsp Some details This laptop is an HP DV - ca It was purchased refurbished about a year ago and has had almost no problems to this point I was at a friend's house using my laptop and everything was working fine Shut down packed it ... response NO No from power DV6-3000 HP button Getting power. up took it home pulled it out pushed the power button and nothing I didn't leave it in HP DV6-3000 Getting NO power. No response from power button ... the sun or bump it on anything Just brought it home and it wouldn't turn on with no warning signs or anything nbsp Now I looked into power issues and I can guarantee my battery as well as the AC adapter are perfectly fine I also tried the hard reset but still get nothing The light by the DC jack does not turn on when I plug it in HP DV6-3000 Getting NO power. No response from power button ... Now I'm relatively tech-savvy and since my laptop was no longer under warrantee I figured I'd check HP DV6-3000 Getting NO power. No response from power button ... it out for myself Don't really have the resources to take it to a repair shop The DC jack looked like it might have had some wear on it so I ordered a new one from a reputable seller on eBay replaced the old one and nothing changed nbsp I'm completely at a loss here Weird thing is when I have the laptop opened and plugged in I can feel the motherboard heat up a bit Not sure if it's supposed to do that but I know there is power going to it even though the DC jack light still does not light up nbsp If anybody has any insight PLEASE let me know and if you need any more information I'll happily give it Thanks for your attention
Bannor, The LED on the DC jack usually is an indicator of whether the AC adapter is working properly. That light is on a different circuit and does not require a good system board. If the light does not come on usually the adapter is bad. If you've already tested or replaced the adapter then the dc jack is the next step however when HP replaces this part in the repair depot they usually replace the entire board (with jack soldered on) at once. You might consider replacing the entire board. Weshttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/HP-DV6-3000-Getting-NO-power-No-response-from-power-button/td-p/1858235
I first logged out of my computer and came back and I noticed an power on turn There on. light is won't button b... Power the no orange light on the power button I shut it of and turn it back on about two times with the same results of an orange light I then shut of the the extension that houses plugs When Power button won't turn on. There is no light on the power b... I turned on the extension I turned on the computer the power button didn't give off a blue light or orange light The VGA cable mouse keyboard Ethernet cable are all plugged in I later removed all the connects to the computer gave it a minute and Power button won't turn on. There is no light on the power b... plugged it all back in There is a solid green light on the back under the power cable The fans turn on there is noise coming from inside the computer a soft humming and light fan from the back of the computer But the power button will not turn on The monitor light is orange and says No Input signal Input Go to Power Save When I switch to input it reads Cable Disconnected Go to Power Save What internal issue could this behttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Power-button-won-t-turn-on-There-is-no-light-on-the-power/td-p/5758276
I have a network drive, which I set up to save a copy of a folder for offline use using the instructions here:
Working with network files when you are offline - Windows Help
I am not able to find any option for setting the drive to work online or work offline. I did manage to set it up to work offline yesterday, but forgot how. Now, I cannot find any work online or work offline button. Is it in a different place in 10?
Reading the net, it appears that this is a pretty buggy implementation of working with network files offline. I was able to effectively use the offline files feature on another win10 machine. When I unplugged the ethernet cable, I could work with the offline files, and then when I plugged it back in, the computer went online and I synced the files. Back on the original machine, I turned off the 'enable offline files' option, rebooted, turned on the 'enable offline files' button, and rebooted. After this, the machine was still working offline. It said that the user had chosen to work offline (which was true at an earlier point). But there is no option anywhere to work online.
I followed the instructions to reinitialize the offline files cache as described here: How To Reinitialize The Offline Cache in Windows 7 . I found it elsewhere, and the general instructions are repeated on the internet in various places. This enabled the laptop to use the cached files online again. However, I still cannot manually get into and out of the 'work offline' mode. If anybody has any ideas, I would be grateful. If there is a registry value that would put things into and out of the 'work offline' mode, I could at least write a batch file to do this.
My power button action random changed to "shut down" a few days ago. It used to be lock.
I accidentally clicked it at the time and couldn't abort shutdown in time.
Computer shut down and installed windows updates (I don't recall having seen pending updates, but could have missed it).
Now this button is stuck on "shut down"... and it has the shield mark thing beside it.
Any idea what this means?
The shield icon is a part of windows update; and basically means if you tell the system to shut down; before it shuts down; it will install the updates first; and if you boot back up after it shuts down; before you get to the logon screen; it may say windows is configuring updates.http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/314794-power-button-button-forced-shut-down.html
Suddenly pc doesnt boot up we change with new psu and from that time pc power up by the time we connect the psu with power ,
i remove all cables i left connection psu with motherboard but still the pc power up by him self , i remove the cpu and then didnt power up ...
what the problem
Go into the bios and find something like "Self Power on" and disable it, then it shouldn't happen anymore.http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/260157-pc-power-up-without-press-power-button.html
I need to retrieve some old info from my old tower. Is it possible to hook the old tower to the new one and use it as a big memory bank? And if so, how do I do it?
This TCP/IP Home Networking and File Sharing Tutorial should get you started.
Forgot to ask this in my last thread. Is there any difference between a mid-tower ATX case and a full-tower other than height? Thanks.
First I may know what my problem is, but I want to make sure,before i replace a Power supply. After a normal shutdown, Windows XP, if I restart right away, there is no Problem. But if I wait 15 min, or longer, I must hold in the Power button 5 sec, take my finger off, then press, and computer starts. This is like a Hard shutdown. I repair my Computer, but try to get a print of a Compter, good luck.
Sounds like the BIOS is set up to use power management. Turn all of the PM features off and it should work the way you want.
HI does any one have a fix for the power button in the start menu? if I click it the icon blinks but does not show up to shut down or restart at all Thanks for any help
Originally Posted by Windows Central Question HI does any one have a fix for the power button in the start menu? if I click it the icon blinks but does not show up to shut down or restart at all Thanks for any help
Paul Right click on Start menu -> Close or Unconnect -> Reboot pc
My power button works fine but the switch thingy that needs to be plugged in all the way, which is under my keyboard (it's the one right above the screw with the label M2.5L4) is loose so any time I need to power up my laptop I have to take my keyboard off and push it in all the way then push the power button. Any tips to fix this or help in any way would be lovelyhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Power-button/td-p/5727215
I am running on Windows 2000 Professional. To prevent from auto shut-down,hibernate and my system standby, anywhere for me to set when i press the power button display the menu ask me what to do. Thanks in advance.