Desktop is not getting switched on

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  1. kbsudhir

    kbsudhir New Member

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    Hi All,

    When I am switching on my computer the motherboard led is swithing on my system is npt getting switched on.

    System Fan or SMPS fan is not working. I even changed the power cable of my system but of no use.

    Please guide on what could have gone wrong.

    Regards
    Sudhir
     
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    Tech_Wiz Active Member

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    SMPS fan not working means most prolly your SMPS is fried.

    Are you hearing any bip sounds while boot up?
     
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    Xeno AMD - Aaja Meri Darling

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    ^second that. Most likely SMPS is fried. Do you see any light on the motherboard when you switch on the power ? (most motherboards I think have an onboard LED for power status )

    Dont keep trying to switch it on, you may damage everything else (if they aren't damaged) try getting a SMPS from someone and test whether the system boots up using it.
     
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    Well if check your motherboard on a friend's PC. If it doesnt work there its your mobo that's the problem. Otherwise your can say SMPS. But better if you post your full config along with brand name.
     
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