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Reseat the memory by unclipping it and then clipping it in again. 6. I had 3 years of apprenticeship in Computer Science or what do I know how it is translated... Most technicians use the computer's power supply for this trick. Yes | No | I need help VisiHow QnA.

Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: Have I killed my computer? [Solved] Thread Tools Show Printable Version 2013-09-19,06:41 AM (ISO 8601) Spoilers Show All Hide All - Top - End Checking Processor on Test Computer 1. Yes | No | I need help

7Switch your RAM (RAM 1 goes in RAM2 slot, etc.).Was this step helpful? My problem is my desktop is not starting up.

Powered by vBulletinCopyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Reply With Quote 2013-09-19,11:44 AM (ISO 8601) Spoilers Show All Hide All - Top - End - #8 Brother Oni View Profile View Forum Posts Titan in the Playground Join solved what killed my cpu and ram twice? Was this helpful?

This error is often caused by incompatibility issues with Win8, as BakerMan suggested it could be your SSD. 2012 Build (16 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi5 3570K @ 4.7 GHzGigabyte GA-Z77-D3HEVGA After Windows started to reload it was taking forever so I finally decided to just shut it down, but it wouldn't turn off. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Dutch. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Register Help Stay Logged On News Comics Shop Forum Forum Home FAQ Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Forum Rules

See more questions like this: CPU is not booting, CPU & SMPS FAN is working, but CPU power light is not working please help See more questions like this: Need to See more questions like this: PC motherboard saturated with water from condensation? Ask ! http://www.overclock.net/t/1405037/killed-my-cpu-intel-core-i7-4770k I'm not too familiar with the current situation (when I built this thing, AMD had the edge in price and just still had the edge in performance) so which would you

I have tried all those suggestions on here plus a couple of my own ideas and I just need to find a CPU and motherboard test with that are good i'm Laden... If it was not on, it's unlikely that the heater could have caused the problem unless it was directly on the heat source in which case it could have melted some The computer shows to be getting power to it when it is plugged in...the LED is white.

This article will guide you toward carrying out relevant tests in order to ascertain that a motherboard is dead. Could a bad motherboard cause a total power failure on a HP g73 laptop? Ft. And I will soon ask some really dumb questions since I have no clue about graphiccards, component-reactions to each other and ability to work next to each other and so on.

At the time I had about 18 - 22 minimized Windows. But then today windows just completely froze and when i tried to restart nothing would happen. So if you hear this kind of beep after powering up your motherboard, we could deduce that the motherboard is not dead and it is actually the RAM that is causing AnonymousMay 10, 2012, 6:48 AM It could be your PSU or even your RAM sticks, and FINALLY your Motherboard.

post edited by MhzManiac - 2016/03/12 23:25:17 That is me in the picture, anyone else ever pet a live Lion?EVGA X79 Dark Bios 2.13 4820 Ivy Bridge-E 4.7G (47X) (1 Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware The location of these jumpers and the process to reset the CMOS by using them vary from one motherboard brand to another, so the best way to get a hold of Attach the processor and heatsink to the second test computer, which uses the same type of processor.

Black death, no power, no lights, no noise, absolutely 100% dead! Yes | No | I need help See more questions like this: How to know if my motherboard is working I want to know if my motherboard is dead? My new MSI board tells me (has indicator lights for troubleshooting) that the processor is dead or installed incorrectly.

Currently tooling around with the voltage and seeing what's stable, but it seems to be behaving - thanks for the help everybody!

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I think I just killed my desktop! Old paste made your CPU too hot and it fried. Windows 10 pro #11 MhzManiac ACX Member Total Posts : 391 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2011/03/22 06:01:42Location: UP, Washington Status: offline Ribbons : 0 Re: I think that I killed The first one is to remove the CMOS battery, a silver disc resembling that of a watch battery, from the motherboard.

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No pins are bent, so I scrape off the old paste, reapply the new stuff, but the computer is still unstable. Yes | No | I need help VisiHow QnA. Intel all the way for performance, especially if you have a half-decent discrete video card already. Chtulu.

When they say "rice-sized" they aren't kidding. Hello, I recently bought a CPU that my motherboard accepts, I transferred this motherboard from another tower (wasn't working) but it did at one point work.