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gigabyte GA-6WMM7 MOTHERBOARD

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by peterg60, Nov 1, 2005.

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  1. peterg60

    peterg60 Thread Starter

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    hi i have a packard bell i connect 1275 pc it has a gigabyte ga -6wmm7 motherboard the computer was running fine last week and now when booted no beep no post screen fan spins hard drives spin the motherboard light comes on ive reseted the ram ive left batt out 24hrs and nothing any suggerstions? thanks
    and also as this problem is doing my head in could i get another motherboard and fit it into my pc tower and keep power supply?
     
  2. bistro

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    I would disconnect/reconnect the mobo power cable...seeing if it may just be a loose wire (please do that with the system OFF and unplugged...we would like to see you post back here...:D). Otherwise, have you had any power surges in your neighborhood recently? Do you keep the system on 24/7?

    Packard Bell, when it was here in the States, was very propietary as far as their case designs. Not sure whether an off-the-shelf motherboard will fit into their cases. That power supply might be questionable also. You can contact PB Europe here and ask them before spending your hard-earned cash.
     
  3. peterg60

    peterg60 Thread Starter

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    i have took the power supply plug out and back in and still no beep no post screen the fan still spins one thing is that im sure when the pc was off and the main power cable was in the motherboard light was off and come on when the pc was booted up but now pc is off but the mother board light is still on
     
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