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If it does then you can try to install the drivers again and see if you can change it back to AHCI mode. Then I thought that the processor that they sent to me didn't work, so I sent it back and the new one just got here today. My memory is functioning well as I tested it in another computer. I have tried removing the ram which isnt the problem. http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-with-net.html

Can't find your answer ? Thus I have to use the on/off switch on the p/s. The case is upright, and the motherboard and power supply are on a stack of newspapers on a table, and the power leads from the case to the m/b. Forum SolvedWeird problem with headphones.

Intel core i7-4770K Quad Core (3.5 ghz, 8 mb cache, intel hd graphics) ASUS Maximus VI HERO DDR3 2800 LGA 1150 Coolermaster HAF 912Windows 7 home premiumKingston digital 120gb ssdGTX 760Coolmax Other things I tried to do is clear the cmos, by moving the jumper from 1-2 to 2-3 and back to 1-2 position. I was lucky and had a cheap power supply that came with a case handy, hooked it up, low and behold it started right up. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 10-02-2006,02:10 PM #1 idiotech View Profile View Forum Posts Registered

Ask ! Well I got the new mobo and got around to putting my computer back this weekend. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Constant static and weird pop sounds randomly.

If you don't feel comfortable doing this, you can connect the reset button to the motherboard where the power button should go, then us the reset button to turn it on. Do you have the power button plugged into the motherboard while it's outside of the case? Inserted my cpu/&heatsink, as well as 1 stick of Corsair Value ram (512mb), and my videocard (EVGA GeForce 6600GT). https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Patrick_Stump Hot Deals and Sponsor Specials Suggestions and Feedback « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not

Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: EP-9npA+ SLI weird problem. Other times all it would do is start some fans and nothing else. After taking out the gfx card and trying again, nothing still works. Totally stumped!

I'm obviously a noob to this board, and please don't be angry that my first post is a OMG! https://books.google.com/books?id=nAvJAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA246&lpg=PA246&dq=Weird+problem+--+Totally+stumped&source=bl&ots=7jdaSRK4QO&sig=JFs5LIhFOIL-l63S_-ORb2ctHYE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwic5Pak-O3RAhWO8oMKHXLLB78Q6AEIMjAE Reply With Quote 10-02-2006,03:46 PM #3 idiotech View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Oct 2006 Location Detroit Posts 4 Re: EP-9npA+ SLI weird problem. Totally stumped! Register | Help What's New?

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Sounds llike a bad power supply to me. So I have to to shut off the computer from my power supply on/off switch.This does not happen all the time though. It POSTed, and now I'm posting. http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-please-help.html I have taken the battery out and held the power button.

Do you have the power button plugged into the motherboard while it's outside of the case? This is a bit of a long shot, but it's worth ruling out the power switch. Get the answer kHusKeeMay 15, 2014, 4:50 AM JackNaylorPE said: If you put the wrong CPU in the socket ya likely borked the pins..take the GFX card out and try again....oddly

I ran Linux Puppy which works.

Lenovo Y40. Anyway, OMG! Reply With Quote 10-02-2006,06:35 PM #4 idiotech View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Oct 2006 Location Detroit Posts 4 Re: EP-9npA+ SLI weird problem. However, I accidentally had the power for my cpu unplugged and the CPU_LED was off so I thought that I fixed it for a second haha.

Laptop wont power up! Nothing displays either and the CPU_LED is still on. solved My Samsung Blu-ray won't connect to my sanyo flat screen what could be the problem More resources See also Totally Stumped - All Browsers and Games Crash Randomly I'm totally http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-with-xp.html I would never have posted this thread if I could find the 20-24 pin adapter for my old Enermax 420W power supply.

No number displays on the LED number indicator on the motherboard, however there is a red CPU_LED light which is on on the motherboard. Welcome to the new PC Perspective forums! I'm just happy nothing else was fried during that whole ordeal. Totally stumped!

Help me guys!! Here's what I am doing. your owner's manual should describe how to do it. Forum SolvedBSoD every time I open a program which uses my amd graphics card, if i just use integrated graphics no problems.

I tried a different hd also in the laptop and it still does it. kHusKeeMay 15, 2014, 4:52 AM ThatVietGuy said: What type of RAM?