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Windows 7: HP Pavillion a6000


03 May 2011   #31

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nano3 View Post
Adding? the video card on the computer is onboard...
1) Remove cards from slits 1 & 2, than reboot.

2) Add Video card at slit 3, than reboot.

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03 May 2011   #32

 

PROGRESS!

I removed the cards off the motherboard, i then inserted the power chord into the power supply and the computer booted up as it has booted before but only this time... The fans stood on! so i held onto the power button and the machine still would not turn off... the fans however still where spinning.

I then unplugged the power chord from the power supply and the computer turned off. I then removed both sticks of RAM off the board and a LONG BEEP! occurs as well as my previous experience. (computer fans staying on)

Regardless. the computer is not turning off by holding down the power button... still no video display.
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04 May 2011   #33

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1) No blanking plate,
2) Vodeo card has been removed.
3) Return Vodeo card to slot.Boot up.

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04 May 2011   #34

 

I don't think the computer had a video card that came with it. I do see the blanking plate missing but i don't remember there being a video card there... i do not have a video card that can fit that slot but i have one for the other slots. I just disconnected every card from the motherboard... including the HDD and RAM. the computer beeps and does the same thing.

Plug in the power chord to the back of the PSU

Fans turn on
no video output
hold down power button but the PC doesn't turn off
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05 May 2011   #35

 

bump ...
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05 May 2011   #36

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Try a different keyboard....
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06 May 2011   #37

 

I never had a keyboard or mouse plugged in during any of the troubleshooting. im at work now but will try once i get home... Could it be a PSU issue? i am ordering a new one today.

Will update when i get home. thank you all for helping me figure out whats going on.
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06 May 2011   #38

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Some motherboards will not boot w/out keyboard and it could also be a PSU....
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06 May 2011   #39

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ivan the SoSo View Post
Some motherboards will not boot w/out keyboard and it could also be a PSU....
Right that's when you get the retarded message"Keyboard not detected...Press F1 to continue
But that can be changed in BIOS: "halt on all errors but keyboard"
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06 May 2011   #40

 

Still the same results... only this time, it changes from the fans staying spinning... to the fans not spinning.

Does everyone get whats going on here? am i making any sense? should i close this thread and start all over?
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