When turning on the computer there is around 10 - 20 seconds in which the computer simply is starting up and nothing appears on the monitor. It then makes a loud constant beep noise for around 3 - 5 seconds long and then the computer simply stays on but it does not continue to load up the OS. What I have tried:
- I have unplugged/replugged the main power cords from the Power supply connecting into the motherboard.
- I have looking at all connections and made sure everything is secure etc.
- I have turned on the PC with the case open and pressed the Reset button directly on the motherboard as well as the red button next to it which I believe is a reset COS button? Specifications:
* CPU: Intel Core i7
* Motherboard: EVGA Intel X58 ATX Intel Motherboard
* RAM: OCZ DDR3 PC3-12800 Platinum Edition (8GB, 2GB x 4)
* Graphics card: EVGA GeForce GTX 295
* Power supply: OCZ Silencer 750w
* Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium NOTE:
- This was a custom built PC, all parts have been purchased individually and was built by myself without any issues.
- I do not believe that this is an overheating issue as I do have a case with 4 fans and the stock Intel processing cooler was replaced with a high end one which allows for overclocking. Additional Information:
I've had this computer for exactly two years now and I've never experienced any problems with it until now. Recently I left my computer on for 6 days straight because I was downloading a sixtology of a movie series that i enjoy. When it was finished downloading I simply turned off my computer and then several days later the computer will not boot up.
If anyone has any input into this It would gladly be appreciated! I haven't been able to use this computer for several days now and If i cannot find a fix I simply will disassemble and reassemble my entire PC although I haven't done it for several years thus I would rather not.
PS: I'm not sure which forum is appropriate for this issue but I have had previous issues here and many of the members have helped me with these issues.