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Problems doing a Case Change

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Billytaw, Mar 25, 2005.

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  1. Billytaw

    Billytaw Thread Starter

    Mar 25, 2005

    I recently Purchased a new case and Powersupply to make way for my new Graphics Card.

    I have moved everything from the old case to the new one and installed the new powersupply.

    Now the new case connecter's were drastically different from my old one (I went from a Fujitsu-Siemens Case - to an Aerocool Case)

    I plugged everything in where i believed they should go and powered up.

    Now when i turnt he power supply ont he PC goe's straight into Bootup, it doesn't wait for me to press the power button.

    The PC goe's throught he Bios page and onto the Hardware addresses page, Boot from CD comes up twice then the screen changes to go into Window's but it never gets there it just goe's black and Hangs.

    Soi took everything that connects the case to the Mobo of (Except the Power Switch) i.e Speaker connections, Firewire, USB etc and booted and still the same.

    So i try and enter the Setup or Safe mode but i realise my Keyboard isn't active.

    I know the keyboard works (Im using it to write this).

    ANy Ideas?

    Now the first time i connected it up to the PC screen and turned it on it actually got to the windows Login page but the mouse wouldn't work so i turned it of and on and then got this problem.

  2. junker39


    Jun 12, 2004
    Double check the Power switch/Reset/Speaker/HDD indicator/Power indicator wires are plugged in the correct places. Sometimes the diagrams are not real clear on exactly which pins are the right ones for each. Check the jumpers on the MB to ensure they all are set to what the book says. Could be a jumper fell off or was not set properly.
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