No, that is not what he reports; here is the first post in the thread. If you read it, you will see that the system does nothing other than a fan moves slightly. When the aux pw connector is removed, the fans spin and nothing else.He just reports that there is no display, hopefully he'll remove the RAM sticks and test out which one works then do a memtest. Or take out the RAM clean it a bit, insert it properly then find out which one works.
The aux connector is what supplies pw to the VRs for the cpu. This points at a mb failure and NOT a ram problem.My computer isn't working.when i what to start the computer just the fan turn a little bit then nothing
if take of the P4 connector then it starts but nothing on the screen please help.
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