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MY COMPUTER IS NOT GETTING ANY POWER

So i have a hp pavilion 580-023 its a gaming desktop and im not getting any power i put a new power supply in and new power cord, switched the ram around, ive been messing around with it to see if i can figure out whats wrong with it and i cant find anything, the old psu in it was 300w but i changed it out with a old 1000w rosewil that my uncle gave me. i think the mobo might be dead but if anyone has any suggestions im more than willing to try 

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Make sure you have every cable connected and that you have the switch flipped on the back of the PSU.

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Just now, Cyberspirit said:

Make sure you have every cable connected and that you have the switch flipped on the back of the PSU.

This.

2 minutes ago, Damnkid said:

 i changed it out with a old 1000w rosewil that my uncle gave me.

Could be a dead power supply, since its old and used.

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Was it working fine with the old PSU? If so, I would ensure that your 24pin power cable to your motherboard is plugged in all the way (can be tough sometimes) and that your power switch cable didn't come loose.

 

To test the PSU look up how to start it with a paperclip. If its not one of those silent models where the fan only runs when it needs it the fan should kick on when you flip the switch.

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1 minute ago, Eastman51 said:

This.

Could be a dead power supply, since its old and used.

i was just using it last night i was playing black ops 4 and than it just turned off out of no where 

 

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Just now, Damnkid said:

i was just using it last night i was playing black ops 4 and than it just turned off out of no where 

Power supply probably died. Put in the old power supply and test it

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Did you break a warranty seal when you switched the PSUs? If not, I'd put the original back in there and RMA it. You should still be in warranty on a Kaby Lake desktop.

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Just now, Damnkid said:

i was just using it last night i was playing black ops 4 and than it just turned off out of no where 

 

check for leaked capacitors?

 

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1 minute ago, BigDamn said:

Was it working fine with the old PSU? If so, I would ensure that your 24pin power cable to your motherboard is plugged in all the way (can be tough sometimes) and that your power switch cable didn't come loose.

 

To test the PSU look up how to start it with a paperclip. If its not one of those silent models where the fan only runs when it needs it the fan should kick on when you flip the switch.

ya i was using the psu for like 5 months or so  and i switched psu to the stop one to see if the psu was dead and still nothing no fans turn on no hdd spinning 

 

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1 minute ago, Invisible tech Budjanovci said:

check for leaked capacitors?

 

what would that look like?

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2 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

Did you break a warranty seal when you switched the PSUs? If not, I'd put the original back in there and RMA it. You should still be in warranty on a Kaby Lake desktop.

i switched the case it was in and been doing little upgrades here and there but like nothing major just adding fans and stuff and rgb so i can be a cool kid xD

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4 minutes ago, Damnkid said:

ya i was using the psu for like 5 months or so  and i switched psu to the stop one to see if the psu was dead and still nothing no fans turn on no hdd spinning 

 

Try unhooking the GPU and see if it boots.

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4 minutes ago, Invisible tech Budjanovci said:

Image result for leaked capacitorImage result for leaked capacitor

ya none of my leaked 

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4 minutes ago, BigDamn said:

Try unhooking the GPU and see if it boots.

i tryed and still nothing 

 

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Just now, Damnkid said:

i tryed and still nothing 

 

Sounds like the motherboard is dead. I would suggest not using that Rosewill PSU again.

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9 minutes ago, BigDamn said:

Sounds like the motherboard is dead. I would suggest not using that Rosewill PSU again.

so should i get this mobo just to try it and see if thats it https://www.amazon.com/Biostar-Motherboard-Tb250-btc-Lga1151-Express/dp/B072LXX4NF/ref=sr_1_1?crid=35ARJYBI7T8PX&keywords=lga+1151+motherboard&qid=1552596070&s=gateway&sprefix=lga%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1  

i im not trying to build this pc up. im gonna build a new pc later this year i just wanna make this one work 

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4 minutes ago, Damnkid said:

so should i get this mobo just to try it and see if thats it https://www.amazon.com/Biostar-Motherboard-Tb250-btc-Lga1151-Express/dp/B072LXX4NF/ref=sr_1_1?crid=35ARJYBI7T8PX&keywords=lga+1151+motherboard&qid=1552596070&s=gateway&sprefix=lga%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1  

i im not trying to build this pc up. im gonna build a new pc later this year i just wanna make this one work 

As long as your current CPU will work with that board you can try it. I doubt that board will fit in your case though. HP, Dell, etc. don't conform the ATX standard and use their own form factor instead. You could lay the motherboard on a cardboard box and test it. Is it worth it? Meh, if you're upgrading this year anyways I wouldn't.

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Just now, BigDamn said:

As long as your current CPU will work with that board you can try it. I doubt that board will fit in your case though. HP, Dell, etc. don't conform the ATX standard and use their own form factor instead. You could lay the motherboard on a cardboard box and test it. Is it worth it? Meh, if you're upgrading this year anyways I wouldn't.

oh no its not in the stock case its in a case my uncle gave me the case is  from like 2008 or something its a old case but my uatx mobo fits in there with alot of room to spare. like this case is back when the bigger the case the better. i had to buy a laptop desk just for my pc to sit on lol

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