Any suggestions where to go or what to try next would be greatly appreciated. After I get 5 posts I may post a picture to make sure I have it right, but I'm pretty sure it is (there's one space between the reset pins and That'll test for a bad stick.If that's not the case try removing the graphics card to see if that's the bad part went bad.If you have any other expansion cards do You have connected the CPU cooler fan lead to the CPU FAN connector on the motherboard. http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-noise.html
solved My pc wont turn on fully. Depending on where and how it was stored, time can really take a toll.Do you have anyone you could bum a PSU off of for a few minutes to see? Was using the computer this morning though and it randomly shut down on me; and that brings us to the present situation. The power connectors are connected to the motherboard, yep. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/717358-New-PC-not-booting-PSU-makes-clicking-noise
Nov 19, 2010 #3 Leeky TS Evangelist Posts: 3,797 +116 That rules out the faulty PSU idea then. Welcome to OCF! MousemonkeyMar 31, 2011, 3:17 AM This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey Ask a new question Read More Homebuilt Boot Build Systems Related Resources PC won't boot, clicking noise coming from Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ..
Replace it... Servers are none of these things." -Bobnova Current projects: Rackmount Overkill (New) | Little Overkill (New) | Desktop Overkill (New) Articles: Rack Mounting 101 | Dell Perc 5/i Throughput Benchmarks My Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Psu Clicking Noise Fix But I don't really know what that means.
No other expansion cards.Not sure I can find anyone willing to test my parts or willing to let me borrow a CPU/mobo either. That way you can see if it might be the case wires that are busted rather than the other parts.I do this every now and then to test power supplies when My computer wouldn't go into POST and there was a clicking noise when the PSU started up. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244380-31-wont-boot-makes-clicking-noise This is a machine that I built, the specs are as followed:CPU- AMD Athlon 64 3500+MoBo- MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum/SLIRAM- 1 GB DDRGraphics Card- ATI x800 XLPower Supply- AeroPower - The
This would explain why the system did not work at first and then later started working. Psu Clicks And Turns Off When PSU failure is intermittent like this, checking the voltages with a multimeter is pointless. Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top iNET Interactive Copyright © 2014 iNET Interactive. Whereas owners of cats are compelled to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are gods." -Christopher Hitchens
The PC is fine, the USB port I was using is fine, the power adapter is fine (works with another external drive). this contact form Couple other things: I found out that my CPU had some bent pins and I bent them back. I'm shorting the power switch with a paperclip, so I have at least eliminated a short in that regard. On the motherboard, you have the headers for the PWR switch, reset switch, HDD LED and PWR LED. Power Supply Clicks Once
thankyou so much for your help :) 04-09-2009, 06:15 PM #6 furious_cruzer Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Location: Hamilton, ON Posts: 50 OS: XP Home SP3 Nov 19, 2010 #9 lazycritic TS Rookie Topic Starter I'm actually going to have an A+ certified guy look at it first. accuAug 11, 2007, 11:13 AM by any chance, did u re-use any old parts to your new pc? http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-making-loud-noise.html What i meant is that occasionally, after letting the power supply sit while my computer is off(while PSU is plugged into the wall) it emits a high pitched noise, and that
solved Asus X99E-WS/5820K wont boot, clicking noise solved help my pc fell over and makes clicking noise Computer won't start. Computer Makes Clicking Noise And Wont Boot Up Graphics card? Try putting a different power supply on temporarily.Or, start disconnecting stuff; start with that floppy drive.
w0bblesMar 25, 2014, 4:50 AM Just tried it that way. if so, worse case, buy new power supply and turn it on, noise from speaker could be from bad dc adapter not supplying enough power, if you put 2 and 2 JeremiahJOct 4, 2009, 4:10 PM I had an identical issue to the original poster just today. Power Supply Clicking Noise Under Load Not necessarily an ideal power source.
Link is in my sig. I had to call my uncle and tell him what I thought and he agreed with me (He is cisco certified and engineering certified, which comes with A+.. It doesn't do anything if I try repeating it. Check This Out Since a dead short means that any number of circuits and/or components are 'skipped' this results in an increase in amperage.
Hi, I am building my first computer - it actually started out an upgrade of an old Compaq, but I had to get a new motherboard (got the ASUS M4A785TD-M EVO If it doesn't, try the other ram stick. Well, if I can't find any other solution tonight I may try it out when I wake up tommorrow Reply With Quote 09-22-12,06:26 PM #14 XNine View Profile View Forum Posts For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump