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    Default New build, PSU repeatedly tries to boot, but can't

    I'm at a complete loss with attempting my first "big" build. I finally purchased everything I needed to complete this build, hooked everything up, only to find that the PC will NOT boot. Here's the case:

    Upon plugging the power cord, from the PSU, into the wall, the computer tries to boot, as in, the whole computer, fans and all, give a surge of power, and then nothing. This process repeats itself until you unplug the power cord from the wall, in intervals of 2 or 3 seconds. I hear no beeps, no nothing, even when leaving crucial components out, like the RAM. The only thing I see, for a split second is a "FF" code, sometimes only a "F" if the computer doesn't cycle for long enough.

    I've tried every combination of things that I was able to, including leaving the CMOS coin-cell battery out, overnight, but to no avail. I've tried booting with one 2GB stick of RAM in the #1 DIMM slot, no dice. Everything.
    Any ideas??? This is the strangest thing I've ever encountered. Here's the specs:


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    go over the power points of the system cpu power, hdd power, we know the mobo has power then check your data connections.

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    I know I have power, so to speak, to everything. I forgot to mention also, that if I hold down the "Reset CMOS" button on the I/O panel of the mobo, it will stay running, and I can hear the HDD spin up, am able to open the CD/DVD drive, etc. However, the SECOND I let go of the Reset CMOS button, it shuts back down, and continues to try to boot in the short bursts it's been doing.

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    have you checked your boot up priority made sure the hdd is booting first?

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    Hey buddy,

    Looks like you found the right place to help us troubleshoot this. Have you ran through everything from the EVGA FAQ I sent you? Here's you the link again:

    http://www.evga.com/support/knowledgebase/
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    Welcome to PUREOC!
    I would also check the boot priority.
    Secondly try the ram in the 2,4th and 6th slot.

    Good luck!

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    Just for the hell of it try just a couple of fans unplug everything else and see if the power supply still shuts down because it sounds like the board doent have time to boot up! If it still does it then its a faulty pwer supply! Sorry forgot to add you have to jump the 24 pin mobo plug with a paper clip its the green wire to any black wire make sure its off and unpluged first !
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    Svenskai,

    If you'd rather not mess with a jumping it off with a paperclip, I have a 24 pin power supply starter you can borrow. Hit me up on Facebook, and I'll let you know where I live if you'd like to come pick it up.
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    I also have a power supply bypass adapter !! You are more that welcome to borrow it also , if you feel like driving 2000 miles to get it! No problem but im sure you want to get to the bottom of this quickly!! So im sure the paper clip will do fine!! If you need more info on how to do it check this out . http://www.overclock.net/faqs/96712-...upply-psu.html

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    It could be a grounding issue. Some boards do have an additional 6 or 8 pin power connection on the mobo. Make sure that is connected

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    Also to eliminate the PSU, see if anyone has an ample PSU to borrow and substitute. If that doesn't work, pursue the grounding issue. Unfortunately, building it out box may be best option

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    Wow, I swear this is the friendliest, most helpful forum ever!
    First off, I cannot get far enough in the boot process (it literally runs for less than a second, it seems) to adjust any boot options, like the HDD's, etc.
    Second, shattered.likeness, I'll definitely let you know about the jumper/extra power supply we were talking about earlier, and really appreciate the offers.
    Thanks to everyone for your input, as I hope to have this rig running ASAP!

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    Well, most of the old timers on this forum know that build. Svenskai is the one that bought my lapped classified system.

    One other idea that we might try is to test that board with a different heatsink. If there is a bit too much pressure on the processor, it can cause all kinds of issues. Don't know if something might have happened between my house and yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by svenskai View Post
    Wow, I swear this is the friendliest, most helpful forum ever!
    First off, I cannot get far enough in the boot process (it literally runs for less than a second, it seems) to adjust any boot options, like the HDD's, etc.
    Second, shattered.likeness, I'll definitely let you know about the jumper/extra power supply we were talking about earlier, and really appreciate the offers.
    Thanks to everyone for your input, as I hope to have this rig running ASAP!
    HOLD THE PRESS!

    I had a similar problem one time. The sata cable was bad. Disconnect everythin but the HDD. (optical, pother HDDs and any other sata devices). Try booting with only 1 HDD with OS. If it doesn't work, switch the sata cable to HDD!

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    One step at a time.
    1. prove the power supply with either the paper clip or psu tester method this fault sounds like the power good signal is failing

    2. if the above works then plug in 24 and 8/4 pin connectors to MB which should onl;y have cpu and 1 stick ram fitted nothing else except cooling but if on aiir don't connect the fan just yet...and try again.

    3. if that works add one item at a time such as HDD etc and try to start after each addition.

    report your findings and we will go from there.
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    **HUGE UPDATE!**

    So, I got brave (was nervous at first, I don't know why) and tried the paperclip jumper method of testing my power supply. I followed the "how-to" that JamesJ provided (thanks!) and made the paperclip into a "U-shape," blah blah blah. I plugged one end of it into the connector with the green wire and one into (and I tested all 3) a connector with a black wire. I plugged the PSU into the wall, and...NOTHING! It sounds like it's clicking and the fan slightly rocks back and forth, as it seems like it's attempting to turn over or something. No fan movement, only a clicking sound.

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE tell me that my assumptions are correct in that the PSU is DOA!

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