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unable to load bios

By rkhyoju ·
when i start the computer there is no signal in the monitor,all three leds of keyboard keeps blinking and unable to load bios also and no function keys are working.i can't reset the cpu and neither power bottom of cup is working.cpu just show red led of processing.there is no beep indication.only indicator is blinking of leds of keyboard.


can any one have a solution.
is it the problem of motherboard.

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by Jacky Howe In reply to unable to load bios

Have you got access to another Power Supply (PSU) to test the PC with. Turn off the power to the PC and disconnect the plug from the PSU. Reinsert the plug and turn on the power and see if it boots.
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Also check the Capacitors around the CPU for swelling or bulging.
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As the capacitor ages, its capacitance decreases while its equivalent series resistance (ESR) increases. When this happens, the capacitors no longer adequately serve their purpose of filtering the direct current voltages on the motherboard, and system instability results. If you have bad capacitors I would replace the board as it could become very expensive to have someone replace them for you.
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I would give the inside of the case a blowout with compressed air. When blowing air through the fans make sure that you physically stop them from spinning, as they may generate power and **** something up. Remembering to ground yourself by placing the back of your hand on the Power Supply Unit and not moving your feet. By not taking this precaution it is possible that you could inadvertantly cause damage to the PC from an electrostatic discharge. Then remove the Heatsink, giving it a thorough clean and reseat the CPU applying new CPU grease. If the Fans spin freely when you give them a spin they are probably OK. If there is resistance replace them.
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Clean the golden edge of each memory stick with a soft rubber/eraser, remembering not to touch the golden edge of the memory stick. Check with one stick at a time, remembering to disconnect the power from the PC.
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