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Mosqwik
10-05-07, 05:29 AM
So i have a ASUS P5VDC-X mobo which worked great. Then i decided to clean the parts, removing dust and such so i removed all the parts and when i put them back the computer wont start. When i try to turn it on it gets power (the CPU and PSU fans start spinning) but then instantly turns off (fans stop spinning).

I tried plugging in the PSU in another computer and it works fine, as does the CPU so those are fine. The RAMs are ok aswell so i came to the conclusion that the mobo is at fault. I can not figure out what it is. The only clue i have is that fter i had cleaned it and put back all th parts i had a Jumper left over but after hours of trying different stuff it doesnt work so i figured it was nothing important.

Does anyone have an idea of what may be wrong or is the mobo damaged because of static electricity? (Note that i didnt use any protection against the latter because i havent had to before).

Thanks in advance.

methimpikehoses
10-05-07, 12:45 PM
banned?! lol

nekrosoft13
10-05-07, 01:08 PM
after 2 post

Tygerwoody
10-05-07, 01:31 PM
His posts are fake posts. Its a new way of spamming. People are starting to do it on my forums now as well. They go to a bunch of computer tech sites and post the same thing at each of them, but include your link to your own website in your signature. Make only 2-3 posts and leave.

Its kind of like what I do, except I never stopped spamming. :D