Joined Feb 7, Messages 1, 0. Beyond the power supply connections for the peripherals, there are two main power leads coming from the power supply: I will try moving the RAM and see if that makes a difference I would try putting it in the slots closest to the CPU first. If I pull the 4-pin power connection off the mobo, the fans spin up and stay up, but I doubt the board is getting full power, and I don’t hear the speaker beep. A 4-pin “molex” connector arranged in a square pattern and a pin connector, which can actually be split into a pin and 4-pin connector.
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The manual states that you should connect both the pin power supply and the 4-pin supply. Thread starter rawskyb Start date Oct 3, If i connect my CPU fan to the wrong connector then my system won’t boot.
I’m attaching a photo, in the hopes that this might expose my problem. However, if I disconnect either the 4-pin power connector, or the 4-pin power connector that is part of the pin connector, the mobo will power up and remain powered up.
So therefore, one of the rails can possibly be dead since you have no monitor output. That could cause problems. I will work on re-connecting these fans in an hour or two when I get home. Can you provide more detail? If I pull the 4-pin power connection off the mobo, the fans spin up and stay up, but I doubt the board is getting full power, and I don’t hear the speaker beep.
It’s brand new, with pre-installed aluminum heatsinks on each one. Forums New posts Search forums.
Anyone have any thoughts? Does anyone have any ideas on what might be causing this problem? First, check your video card, nfprce4m-a you can, in another system.
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New posts What’s new Latest activity New profile posts. Has anyone ever seen or heard of anything resembling this? I’ll probably try removing everything and building it back up again just to check. I will try moving the RAM and see if that makes a difference Recently it just stopped working.
Uggghh, I was hoping we were onto a solution here I can’t seem to get customer support from the mobo mfg ECSand the supplier I got this board from is horrible about returning calls when I call in, they are always eds the phone with other customers”. I know that’s pretty out there, but i’m considering it a possibility because i don’t nforce44m-a else could be causing the problem on my system since it worked fine for so long.
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Is it time to return the mobo for a replacement? Joined Jan 29, Messages 9, 1.
That’s why i asked if you connected al the cables correct. Joined Sep 27, Messages 2, 0. So much for RTFM When that is rules out, it might be the PSU. If I connect both the 4-pin connector and the pin connector to the MoBo, the board seems to power up for about 1 second and then immediately powers off. So I received the new nForce4M-A version 3.
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I would try putting it in the slots closest to the CPU first. Joined Apr 23, Messages 3, 0.
Joined Oct 16, Messages 2, 0. I’ll take a picture of my connections later this evening and try posting them to this site. Can anyone offer suggestions!