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No video output or usb output but all fans running. No beeps.

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I recently inherited an old windows xp machine. It is a Pavilion a1517x. When I turn the power on I get no video output, and no ps2 or usb power. Nothing. Tried using a psu with more wattage.... Nothing. Took out the RAM and seated it in the other slot..... Nothing. I cleaned the ram slots and tried again.... Nothing. Neither the front or rear ports work at all. None of them... Please help someone!!!
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No video output or usb output but all fans running. No beeps.

My guess is a "dead" motherboard.

 

> ...  Pavilion a1517x desktop ...

 

From: https://support.hp.com/us-en/retired-products

 

HP policy for products no longer supported

 

Typically, HP stops supporting most products after 10 years.

Once a product is retired, the official HP support content (troubleshooting articles, user guides, how-to videos, etc.) for that product is removed from the HP web site.

Additional support content may still be available via the HP Forums or from third-party web sites;

however, HP takes no responsibility for content authored by third-parties.

The list below contains products that have reached the end of their support life.

To find your product, begin with the appropriate product category and follow the steps.

 

Your Pavilion A1500-series desktop is listed, as "retired".

 

From: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00679523/

the "HP Pavilion Media Center a1510n Desktop PC" was introduced in May 2006 -- 11.5 years ago.

Yes, yours is '1517x', not '1510n', but "close-enough" for horseshoes & hand-grenades.

 

My recommendation: take the hardware to an "end-of-life" recycling depot, for responsible disposal.

 


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