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DFI ultra-d + antec neoHE 550w = No boot?

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Hey guys

 

just got this new psu and my system now doesnt boot... all fans just run at full speed and nothing else happends?

 

is there a fix or something that i can do to resolve this issue?

 

thanx guys :) :dog:

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You had a different PSU before and it was working? And now with this one nothing happens and just the fans, including the Chipset fan run at full speed?

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You had a different PSU before and it was working? And now with this one nothing happens and just the fans, including the Chipset fan run at full speed?

that is correct...

 

im really not sure what to do, u guys got any advice or is there any fixes?

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I havent had very good results with antec PSUs to tell you the truth, use the PSU I have in my sig, and OCZ 520w I believe

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I have an antec he 500watt an it boots fine. The first one I picked up was DOA. Perhaps try another one, if it still doesnt work then try an OCZ or Enermax.

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so there is no fix or anything for it?

 

its really strange that some other DFi users have this PSU and have had no problems at all..?

 

NiSMo

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all 4 are lit.... also the chipset fan and cpu fan are going at full speed...

 

i hope there is something i can do, because i cant return it :(

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Try a CMOS Clear. Try a short clear first, but if necessary, go with the long clear. Use onlt 1 stick of RAM in farthest orange slot.

 

Also, for info, when did you flash to the 11/14 BIOS. Some people have had issues with that one, when not using a FX 60 CPU. If you do get the system back up, flash back to one of the 6/23 series or the 7/04's

 

I am not absolving the PSU yet, but its too early to start pointing fingers.

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Try a CMOS Clear. Try a short clear first, but if necessary, go with the long clear. Use onlt 1 stick of RAM in farthest orange slot.

 

Also, for info, when did you flash to the 11/14 BIOS. Some people have had issues with that one, when not using a FX 60 CPU. If you do get the system back up, flash back to one of the 6/23 series or the 7/04's

 

I am not absolving the PSU yet, but its too early to start pointing fingers.

Ok, well i tried a CMOS clear and still nothing... i also tried the other way aswell and still nothing...

 

i have been using this bios for about a week now and its been fine! no issues at all with it...

 

any other suggestions? i mite just have 2 sell the bugger and get something else...

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