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Cpu Tray Shorts

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello. Every time i close the cpu tray on my motherboard it completely shuts off power to the whole system including the supply. The psu is good and cpu. it boots up when the tray is open and when that screw at the bottom of the tray isn’t there it boots up. Please help 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

it’s an msi h87-g43 and i’m not working on it while on i just left the tray open and it turns on but with a closed tray it doesn’t boot

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Cuvvvv said:

it’s an msi h87-g43 and i’m not working on it while on i just left the tray open and it turns on but with a closed tray it doesn’t boot

 

by cpu tray i mean the metal bracket that locks the cpu down to the board 

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Seems your socket might have bent pins.


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No...

Well yes, replacing motherboard


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GPD Win 2

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Posted · Original PosterOP
59 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

No...

Well yes, replacing motherboard

well i bent the pins back now it powers on but i have a black screen what now?

 

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