Question PC not starting.

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OMGiTxREALHASSAN

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PC doesn't start when I press the power button, No fans nothing, not even PSU fans.

I was searching online and I found out that it could be solved if I reset CMOS. But it didn't work maybe because I didn't do it correctly. There are 4-pins above where CLR-CMOS is written on my MOBO I have a Gigabyte A320M. I tried shorting all 4 at the same time and also 2 at once but nothing happened.

So I thought it's the time when I should get some help from this forum.


Edit: My CMOS was really not working correctly because My date and time always get changed when I turn my PC on I had to sync it everytime.
 

dwd999

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PC doesn't start when I press the power button, No fans nothing, not even PSU fans.

I was searching online and I found out that it could be solved if I reset CMOS. But it didn't work maybe because I didn't do it correctly. There are 4-pins above where CLR-CMOS is written on my MOBO I have a Gigabyte A320M. I tried shorting all 4 at the same time and also 2 at once but nothing happened.

So I thought it's the time when I should get some help from this forum.


Edit: My CMOS was really not working correctly because My date and time always get changed when I turn my PC on I had to sync it everytime.
Well for starters the clr-cmos pins are the 2 closest to the edge of the motherboard; the other 2 pins are for chassis intrusion detection. How old is the battery on the motherboard, it may need replacement.
 

OMGiTxREALHASSAN

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Well for starters the clr-cmos pins are the 2 closest to the edge of the motherboard; the other 2 pins are for chassis intrusion detection. How old is the battery on the motherboard, it may need replacement.
Its exactly been an year and a month. It's so funny that everything under warranty doesn't make any problems whatsoever but right after the warranty ends everything starts to go south one by one.
 
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OMGiTxREALHASSAN

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BTW my issue has been fixed. I just Cleaned the PC and while cleaning I unplugged everything including the CMOS BATTERY and when I reassembled the PC and tried to boot, It worked perfectly. Thanks to dwd999 for helping me.
 
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