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Wumbo12
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Hp Omen 30L powering on, then off, then on again. Fans not running

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Hp Omen 30L
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So I just switched out the pre-installed heat sink for a better one, and now that the computer is plugged back in the fans don’t turn on, and the computer power cycles. Not sure how to fix any help is appreciated!

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Hi,

 

Assuming you replaced the CPU fan/heatsink. Is this correct?

 

A power cycling loop at startup is usually a power supply problem, or a bad connection on the MB, or other MB damage, or CPU socket damage. This sounds like the power supply is resetting because of voltage/continuity problems.

 

Check all connections. Replace the factory heatsink and fan to test for a successful POST.

 

I can only guess you may have accidently damaged the MB.

 

Regards

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

Assuming you replaced the CPU fan/heatsink. Is this correct?

 

A power cycling loop at startup is usually a power supply problem, or a bad connection on the MB, or other MB damage, or CPU socket damage. This sounds like the power supply is resetting because of voltage/continuity problems.

 

Check all connections. Replace the factory heatsink and fan to test for a successful POST.

 

I can only guess you may have accidently damaged the MB.

 

Regards

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Wumbo12
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Hi, Thanks for the response!

 

I got it running correctly now. The power supply to the mother board wasn’t plugged in all the way. 

 

thanks again!

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