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    Default HP A4316F mobo problems

    I have a hp a4316f that one one day woundn't turn on. tested the psu, and its good. tested the power switch and its also good. i'm down to the mobo. wondering if its repairable or if I should change it out. if I change it what should I use? Or may something else is my problem? any advice would be appriciated.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    How did you go about testing the PSU?

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    PSU needs to be tested under a load Just because you short pins 15 and 16 together and the fan spins and shows signs of life don't mean its so.
    When you also press the power button does the computer flicker and show some sign of life but wont come on the psu is bad. Here is a link to help
    you with testing your psu.
    http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolsofthetrade/ht/power-supply-test-multimeter.htm

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    I jumped 15 and 16, then checked all the outputs for correct voltage with a volt meter. When the power button on the case is pushed, the computer does absolutly nothing. Just like trying to turn it on when its unpluged.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Still need to connect psu up to your mobo and all hardware then test voltage then unless you have access to a psu tester that will tell you for certain if Psu is bad or you need to move forward for testing Mobo. But if it turns out its bad I would say to replace it since you can get a decent board at a fair price. You might prefer a better board if you want to overclock as it might have more stable voltages.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Im going to test the psu with it pluged into the components, then try another one that I know is good and see what the results are.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Tested with a good psu and still nothing. Need mobo suggestions to fit in stock hp case. Current mobo has three sticks of ram in it. Let me know what you think.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    HP has a lot of motherboards that crap out. Lesson well lerned.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131728 mobo
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104244 ram

    Don't know how much ram you got now but most people don't need over 4 gig and since your not
    gaming I would only use 4. if you run 64 bit windows you should have min of 2 gig just for that.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Quote Originally Posted by TImmy View Post
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131728 mobo
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104244 ram

    Don't know how much ram you got now but most people don't need over 4 gig and since your not
    gaming I would only use 4. if you run 64 bit windows you should have min of 2 gig just for that.
    More ram never hurts anything

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    More ram never hurts anything
    Agreed,....All of my boxes have 16GB now. RAM is cheap.

    I think that the OP should abandon the HP case and get an inexpensive new case so he can get a better motherboard for his money. Motherboards that conform to HP's fitments will have artificially higher prices and hobbled performance too.
    Here is an excellent low cost case with lots of places to add cooling fans to it. It looks kinda nice as well.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    I'd like to use the ram I have now just to keep this as low cost as I can so if there is any mobo's that have atleast 3 slots for ram, I'd rather do that for now. I have another pc that needs new ram and graphics card so I can run 2011 auto cad/inventor, alittle smoother and quicker. This pc that needs the mobo is the general family computer.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Since you are here on a overclocking fourm it would be wrong not to suggest a better mobo for overclocking maybe one of the gigabyte ud3 or ud5 boards would be good and it will have 4 slots
    for your ram but if your just wanting to save money you can get a asrock board for around 84.99
    and you can upgrade the processor later. And yes more ram never hurts since its so cheap right now
    if you look you can get corsair 8 gb for 27.99 with mail in rebate from fryes. Good Luck
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157276 asrock $84.99 free shipping

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    I have a 790FXA motherboard for $50 if it fits in your case.

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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    That is a decent case for the price. Probably be able to save that much by not buying an HP form factor MB

    did you notice that NewEgg is limiting purchases to 999 units?


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    Default Re: HP A4316F mobo problems

    thinking of getting a mobo with integrated video to save some money for now. what would be good mobo with this option. everything that I look at on newegg is always half good and half bad reviews.

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