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no signal after installing a pci card (my fault)

i just installed a card thinking was a network card and my pc is death, no boot no signal no psu start nothing.

i try everything but nothing worked

i unpluged all made a clear bios pull out the bios battery also scorting the psu connector for make it start being sure that's not the psu full death

everything a noob can do, but nothing

the card i install is a hp lightsout 100 and i went to know after all this trobleshooting that's not a network card

what can i do for fix the problem?

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40 minutes ago, christian franca said:

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did u remove the card?

also try resetting the bios

Please quote or tag  @Ben17 if you want to see a reply.

If I don't reply it's probly because I am in a different time zone or haven't seen your message yet but I will reply when I see it ? 

 

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44 minutes ago, christian franca said:

i just installed a card thinking was a network card and my pc is death, no boot no signal no psu start nothing.

i try everything but nothing worked

i unpluged all made a clear bios pull out the bios battery also scorting the psu connector for make it start being sure that's not the psu full death

everything a noob can do, but nothing

the card i install is a hp lightsout 100 and i went to know after all this trobleshooting that's not a network card

what can i do for fix the problem?

Maybe you disconnected something by accident, just check if everything is plugged in correctly. 

 

5 minutes ago, Ben17 said:

did u remove the card?

also try resetting the bios

He already mentioned he did that.

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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1 minute ago, christian franca said:

i remove the card and reset the bios. nothing works.

 

did you try jumping the 24pin cable to check if the PSU comes on? maybe check if the kettle cord is plugged in at your PSU.

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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yes if i short green and black cables in the psu the psu start.

everything was unpluged and plugged in again being sure to do it right.

i place the same card in another pc and that pc turn on by himself

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1 minute ago, christian franca said:

yes if i short green and black cables in the psu the psu start.

everything was unpluged and plugged in again being sure to do it right.

i place the same card in another pc and that pc turn on by himself

Did you unplug the Pc while installing this card?

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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Just now, christian franca said:

what sorry?

When you installed the card, did you turn the computer off?

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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1 minute ago, christian franca said:

yes man, i saw the video about hot pluggin device of linus XD

Okay cool XD The best answer i still can give is to check all he cables again and making sure everything is plugged in, check if the PSU is plugged in and on at the back of the PSU.

 

If everything checks out then swap the PSU out and check if it does the same with another PSU if there is an extra one available.

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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i will swap power supply and try. but i think that the motherboard is death......

how is possible

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16 minutes ago, christian franca said:

i will swap power supply and try. but i think that the motherboard is death......

how is possible

You could've shorted something.

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everything started with a plug of a pci card that's 4x4cm i did not touch anything else. 

i'm so confused

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3 minutes ago, christian franca said:

everything started with a plug of a pci card that's 4x4cm i did not touch anything else. 

i'm so confused

That's why i think maybe something is unplugged. I had this one time when my Pc didn't want to turn on and 2 hours later i discovered that i forgot to plug in the PSU.

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PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 650 watt | Case: Cougar MX330G

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i did not touch anithing at the first plug of the network card, but after i touch everything

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