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PC won't turn on

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My PC won't turn on, no beeps nothing. I buy a new power supply thinking it was the power supply still nothing. Which the CMOS battery still nothing, Not a beep. I don't want to buy a new motherboard n it's not a motherboard problem. What do you guys think?

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@Kendy_2020 , welcome to the forum.

 

If the motherboard has failed you will normally see bulging capacitors:

 

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Also, it could be the memory.  It is difficult to test since it appears there is only 1x8 GB stick of memory installed.






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Thanks man, I’ll check the capacitors. If it was the memory wouldn’t I hear some beeps when I turn the PC on. I do have two sticks of 16gb if ram in there.

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You are welcome, @Kendy_2020!

 

You are supposed to hear a BIOS beep code error if the memory has failed, but strange things happen.  I recommend removing both sticks and replace them one at a time.  The single stick should be installed in the slot closest to the processor.  If it boots with one stick the memory is good.






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@Kendy_2020,

I just have to ask... what is the model number of the PSU that you installed ?

How long was it operational after you installed the RAM modules ?

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