Originally Posted by aimo3
I did it more than once and was pushing both connectors making sure they were really in. And then did it again before answering (my previous reply).
I also did the RAM. What a strange problem!
@ MikeTech, thank you for being so expressive. I did everything I know.
Hmm I'm abit puzzled by your statement, if you think the PSU A works please attempt this.
Remove any memory from your computer, start out with a hard drive, mouse and keyboard connected.
I want you to hit the power button, it should come on and beep at you constantly.
That indicates the system cannot find any ram, "MOTHERBOARD" is working.
Nexr put in one slot of ram, and hit the power button.
Please note what the nachine does, it should come on and turn on the screen.
If not it maybe the ram that is at fault if not test the other.
If you have some time, look inside your case today and read the model or serial number located on each component.
Those can be cd/dvd drive, hdd, "psu" memory and mobo if the white serial number is present.