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[SOLVED] HELP PC won’t start anymore.

Jun 23, 2020
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Guys I have a problem.
Today I was using my pc when it randomly turns off.
Now if I power it on it turns off immediately.
I tried with 1 ram stick, also I tried without my GPU. And I also tried to replace my thermal paste. But nothing worked.
Any ideas?
 
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Bassplate

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Apr 4, 2020
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Guys I have a problem.
Today I was using my pc when it randomly turns off.
Now if I power it on it turns off immediately.
I tried with 1 ram stick, also I tried without my GPU. And I also tried to replace my thermal paste. But nothing worked.
Any ideas?
Have you tried resetting your BIOS?
Try resetting your Bios VIA the jumper method here is a link if you dont know how=https://yourbusiness.azcentral.com/clear-bios-cmos-jumper-23147.html
When a computer turns on and then off its most likely the Power Supply...Check all your Power inputs on the motherboard and make sure they are perfectly seated.
Also use a other power cable for the power supply as it could sometimes be the power cable.
 
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Bassplate

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Apr 4, 2020
346
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290
11
Guys I have a problem.
Today I was using my pc when it randomly turns off.
Now if I power it on it turns off immediately.
I tried with 1 ram stick, also I tried without my GPU. And I also tried to replace my thermal paste. But nothing worked.
Any ideas?
Have you tried resetting your BIOS?
Try resetting your Bios VIA the jumper method here is a link if you dont know how=https://yourbusiness.azcentral.com/clear-bios-cmos-jumper-23147.html
When a computer turns on and then off its most likely the Power Supply...Check all your Power inputs on the motherboard and make sure they are perfectly seated.
Also use a other power cable for the power supply as it could sometimes be the power cable.
 
Reactions: Jasper17

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