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bronxblaza117 09-12-2005 08:47 PM

psu problems....
 
my uncle has a Emachine C1904 AMD Athlon XP 1900 computer...one day it wouldnt turn on...i took a look at it and i figured it was the psu cuz nothin went on...so i got this psu from newegg rosewill psu

so i put this in and when i turn the power on the psu itself it turns on...the psu fans and cpu fan and lan light comes on and hdd light comes on...when i press the computer power button nothin happens...whats goin on?

Quintox 09-12-2005 10:11 PM

Does the old PSU work when you plug it into the wall and jump the green/any black wire? (Do the fans go?)

Prebuilt PC's (Dell, HP, etc) are different, so maybe your problem is something with the PC, not the PSU.

macdude425 09-12-2005 10:15 PM

Most EMachines use regular parts, and therefore PSUs (normally PowMax :mad: ), so maybe try it in another machine...?

bronxblaza117 09-12-2005 11:54 PM

the psu is new so i wouldnt have to try it in another machine

DJ-CHRIS 09-13-2005 07:41 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by bronxblaza117
the psu is new so i wouldnt have to try it in another machine
Just because it's new doesnt mean it works, expisally with a cheap brand like rosewill.

Nitestick 09-13-2005 08:15 AM

you can always get a dud psu and even stranger sometimes you get cheapo's that actually work really well. like the psu in my current tower is a 350w generic piece of crap that i got for free with an atx tower!!! no joke the tower and psu were given to me from a computer shop, no catches. the psu actually works really well. anyway thats enough of me hijacking your thread.

kmote 09-13-2005 12:42 PM

check the connections: PSU- mobo, PSU-HDD and monitor-graphics card- mobo, those are the ones i would suspect

bronxblaza117 09-13-2005 03:27 PM

i checked and nothin... i mean it turns on, but it turns on when i plug it in, not when i press the power button...u get me?

Nitestick 09-14-2005 06:45 AM

hmmmm i've heard of this problem a few times. i think it basically means your motherboard is nuked. there is a short and thats why it turns on as soon as its plugged in.

bronxblaza117 09-14-2005 10:48 PM

ahhhh was afraid of that


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