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    my cpu not getting started


    untill yesterday my system worked fine.
    today when i started the cpu, it started after 2 sec it stops.
    i removed the battery(cmos) and tried to start again but no use. same problem repeats.
    can any one help me

    system spec

    msi motherboard(km266) with onboard videocard(S3 prosavage ddr)

    intel celeron 2.4 GHz processor
    512 mb ram( 2 256 MB)
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    Nothing changed between yesterday and today? Any beeps? Do the fans, hard drives etc. start turning?
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    Originally Posted by karsh44
    Nothing changed between yesterday and today? Any beeps? Do the fans, hard drives etc. start turning?

    i didnt change any settings also, all my hardware settings are as it is. i only switched off before day. thats it.
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    Originally Posted by trishul963
    i didnt change any settings also, all my hardware settings are as it is. i only switched off before day. thats it.
    one long beep coming sometimes, no fans(processor & system) are running(initially strted and all stopped immediately)

    help me somebody plz
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    Do you have another power supply you can try? Or is there a fuse on your PSU that could be tripping?
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    Originally Posted by karsh44
    Do you have another power supply you can try? Or is there a fuse on your PSU that could be tripping?
    i dont have another powersupply. the psu doesnot have fuse.

    last evening i removed all the connections and all hardware components including powe connections with motherboard. then i reassemble it. it started ok and i am able to shutdown restart after some time but again the problem came today morning. i dont know whats the problem is.

    advance thanks for helping me patiently especially to karsh44
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    Any chances you have loose connections? I strongly recommend finding a spare PSU and trying that. That would help us eliminate either your PSU or Motherboard from suspects' list...
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    Originally Posted by t3j45
    Any chances you have loose connections? I strongly recommend finding a spare PSU and trying that. That would help us eliminate either your PSU or Motherboard from suspects' list...
    no loose connections. connections wise all is ok and my system is 1 year old only.

    i have no spare psu?

    one more intresting thing is when ever i add graphics card to my mother board cpu is behaving abnormally with above all symptoms like white display, not getting cpu started.

    but my system worked fine with that graphics card for one year. i have Nvidia geforce 4mmx card
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    Well, you can never rule out a component going bad after a year's use. And again, do you have another graphic card to try with?
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    Originally Posted by t3j45
    Well, you can never rule out a component going bad after a year's use. And again, do you have another graphic card to try with?

    i dont have another graphics card, but i have onboard graphics card( 32mb s3 prosavage ddr) on MSI km266 mobo
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    How about trying that?
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    Originally Posted by t3j45
    How about trying that?
    while trying with in built graphics card only the problem first appeared.
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    Well, th consensus seems to be, and I agree with it, that you have either a PSU problem or your motherboard is going south.

    My recommendation would be to acquire another power supply of slightly more wattage than you are carrying right now and see if that improves matters. If not then you may want to consider replacing the motherboard.
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    just curious..is it a P4 ? board/processor?
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    its MSI km 266 motherboard and my processor is celeron 2.4 GHz
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