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WestTexan

Non-responsive PC

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, so I am having trouble with my pc. 20 minutes ago it was working just fine. My wifi router just got delivered to me so i switched off and got the router set up. 10 minutes later I switch the pc back on and my monitor is working just fine so is my router but I switch the pc on,the fans go on but my one LED fan's lights are not working properly.They shine but not as bright as before and my pc isnt giving off any signal to my monitor. I tried switching it on and off but that doesnt work either.How do i fix this?

 

 

AMD Ryzen 5 3400G

G.Skill 2×8GB DDR4 3200MHZ

Super Flower Leadex II 650W Gold Power Supply

MSI B450 Tomahawk ATX Motherboard

WD Blue 1TB HDD

WD Green 240GB SSD

Dell SE2416H monitor

Raidmax Vortex V4 case

3× 120mm case fans

 

My build,could it be the power supply?

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, TheGreatSora said:

hmmmmmm, don't think that is the issue but maybe crummy wall power? try to disconnect the router and see if it will work then

Tried that,I also put everything back as it was,still nothing

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30 minutes ago, WestTexan said:

Also, its making less noise then usually

It sounds like a busted fan.  Try connecting to another header on the mobo for kicks and let us know.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
37 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

It sounds like a busted fan.  Try connecting to another header on the mobo for kicks and let us know.

 

1 hour ago, TheGreatSora said:

hmmmmmm, don't think that is the issue but maybe crummy wall power? try to disconnect the router and see if it will work then

 

I fixed it.All I had to do was just manage my plugs better.

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