Is This The Power Supply That Has Blown?
Today, in the shop, the guy DID get the motherboard running. Quick start-up followed by complete power off. Every supply I’ve opened has contained a fuse. All read 0.00, both before, during and after I turn on the power button. Source
How much is your time worth to you? But I dont want to go buy pieces of hardware if i am wrong...... You took meter readings that say nothing useful because you assumed rather than read what was posted. It correctly reports the memory. https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/hardware/threads/23877/can-a-blown-power-supply-fried-motherboard
Psu Fuse Blown
Good brand PSU's arent a performance investment, its a SAFETY investment. Some are mounted in spring clip holders on the circuit board inside the supply as shown in Figure A. Don't let these naysayers sap your curiosity TheOnlyCoolTim, or you will have to spend $5 on a new nic 'OneofManyLameTims'... that is the point.
westomSep 26, 2015, 8:50 PM b_profane said: But now my new issue is my second internal HDD, once connected to the PSU causes the system to start/stop. You can hurt yourself replacing them. I don't think it would matter much. Power Supply Popped Smoke A few months ago, I had the proudest moment of my life when I built my own PC.
If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Can A Blown Power Supply Damage A Motherboard Baltan Nov 2, 2006 #2 AtK SpAdE TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,495 First off, I will let you know, PSUs go out. I hope this helps, and I am sure other members will have more suggestions Good Luck Sean Nov 2, 2006 #3 whitefort TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks, guys. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/blown-power-supply-159895/ Oct 20, 2007 at 1:55 AM #15 spy2520 New Member Joined: Mar 8, 2006 Messages: 498 (0.12/day) Thanks Received: 16 System Specs Processor: Celeron 430 (Conroe-L) Motherboard: ASUS Rampage Formula Cooling:
Last edited: Oct 20, 2007 Oct 21, 2007 at 4:00 PM #18 Mussels Moderprator Staff Member Joined: Oct 6, 2004 Messages: 45,606 (10.11/day) Thanks Received: 12,990 Location: Australalalalalaia. Power Supply Popped And Sparked That test determines where a failure is on the left side (motherboard) or right side (PSU or its AC power connection). In going back to run more tests, I discovered that the box of my chassis is not conductive (due to the paint?) and therefore I had no ground before. Turning on the power switch resulted in no fan.Unfortunately I didn't have (and don't have) a meter to provide the numbers.
Can A Blown Power Supply Damage A Motherboard
Only then can a reply discuss the entire power system.[ What were you going to do without first reading each sentence as posted - without requesting instructions? http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/what-damage-can-a-blown-psu-do.42332/ This is a total nightmare for me, and I'm starting to think I must have been mad to think I could ever make a working PC in the first place! Psu Fuse Blown Can this happen? Power Supply Fuse Keeps Blowing First number should be something well above 2.6.
Advertisement SD-B Thread Starter Joined: Mar 8, 2008 Messages: 36 I was using my laptop earlier at the same time that my husband was trying to fix an overhead light in this contact form It just went off. IOW I am betting that short was on the motherboard.Obviously, this procedure assumes most likely responses. But easily observed and demonstrates another of so many safety features in every PSU. Power Supply Fried Motherboard
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... If a person is willing to repair, then hopefully they're capable of following what's needed. And since all the drives, memory, cards etc were still inserted in the motherboard, presumably this means they aren't guilty of causing a short? have a peek here Paper clip is now ordering PSU on (as the power controller once did).
Nothing So I am wondering if it it were the power supply hat I heard go? Fried Psu Symptoms I cracked it open (I know, but it was about 4 years old anyway, and I lost the warranty), and no capacitors seemed blown. I'm at a complete loss what to do.
You'll delaminate the PCB.) Above all, ensure you respect the polarization of the original caps.
Had something strange happen to me this summer. When push came to shove and it died, I refused to rebuild it, or serivce it. But I do hope to do more upgrading in the future (if I ever, ever get this PC to work again!), so I'm considering buying a 600W supply. Psu Blew Up b_profaneSep 22, 2015, 11:28 PM westom said: Meters sell for less money than a hammer.
Monitor how meter changes and what it eventually settles to. To be honest, though, I kinda got the feeling he just didn't want to know. Or if lucky, all of what is posted. Check This Out I will probably post this issue in a new thread, as I feel it is a new issue and perhaps not related to all of the above.westom: Thank you for all
Shouldn't cost more than about $10 for all of them, although you'll find some of them tough to get ahold of. I am very perplexed though. I did the paper-clip test and nothing. If any formally attached device was defective, then the 5 volts should rise (or at minimum rise for only a second).
Once voltage drops below certain specs, current goes up to compensate, and that generally fries stuff.