One day the >computer shut >> > off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS. Burns Jul 19, 2003 CUV4X suddenly died, board seems shorted, wont power up. The 21 min stays the same. > > Does this sound right? Is that possible? this contact form
Farhan_1Aug 22, 2015, 9:15 AM two possibilities 1. More About Us... I could later see some > burnt components inside the PS.. > Could the APC XS 1000 have caused this to happen or does it sound like the > PS just But the battery on the UPS seems to be running >> > constantly. >> > >> > Jimbo >> >> >> Best brand over all? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2242362/computer-shut-small-spark-pop.html
One day the computer >shut off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS. In the mean time, I just wanted to ask the community( and who ever reads this boring post) if there is anything i should be cautious about, in order to not One day the computer >>shut off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS. Anything is possible, of course, but most likely is the supply simply went to Heaven. >> The Powerchute software for the APC says 'Your battery backup is currently >> providing 240
It turned on, then off, then on with 1 LONGGGGGG beeepand two short beeps. I would think that as long as I have full line > voltage, the battery wouldn't be proving any power. Furthermore, if anyone could provide me with any ideas that they may have about what caused this occurrence and how to prevent it, I would be very thankful.Also these are my Computer Spark Estimated battery time:21min.
I could later see >some burnt components inside the PS.. > Could the APC XS 1000 have caused this to happen or does it sound like the > PS just blew But the battery on the UPS seems to be running >> constantly. >> >> Jimbo > > >Best brand over all? If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-suddenly-sparked.1107404/ Estimated battery time:21min.
I would think that as long as I have full line > voltage, the battery wouldn't be proving any power. Sparks Flew Out Of Power Supply I would think that as long as I have full line >> voltage, the battery wouldn't be proving any power. The 21 min stays the same. > > Does this sound right? That was when there was a loud bang from inside the case, and I recieved a tremendous electrical shock.
signmeuptoo, Jun 10, 2005 #11 Paul Guest In article <1rgaetiugu3am.183bpvsyzwq9a$>, wrote: > On Thu, 9 Jun 2005 02:22:54 -0400, Jimmy Martin wrote: > > > I had a Colorsit 500W PS It was years ago, so I can not rightly recall. Computer Power Supply Sparks I have a new machine sitting on my desk now, with a Antec adjustable power supply running the show, which unlike that cheap Chinese piece of crap referred to above, I Power Supply Sparks When Plugged In One day the computer shut > > off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS.
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? weblink I take out the power supply plug and open up my computer to no smell of burning or anything of the sort, so I wonder what's wrong. The 21 min stays the same. >> >> Does this sound right? HELP! Spark Inside Computer
The machine stayed on, and I could see the nightmarish sight of real fire from inside the case. You had it screwed into the case, right? Estimated battery time:21min. http://planetweb20.com/power-supply/liquid-cooled-computer-power-supply.html But the battery on the UPS seems to be running >> constantly. >> >> Jimbo >> > Chalk this one up to a valuable lesson learned....don't scrimp when it > comes
The 21 min stays the same. My Computer Popped And Turned Off The 21 min stays the same. >> > >> > Does this sound right? But the battery on the UPS seems to be running > constantly. > > Jimbo > DaveW, Jun 9, 2005 #6 Jimmy Martin Guest "Jimmy Martin" <> wrote in message
This thread provides a list of companies to avoid. I am also currently waiting for a friend's of mine to lend me his power supply to see if there was any other component which died during this regretful event. Only if I lost power >> > would the battery kick in. Computer Sparks When Plugged In Farhan_1Aug 22, 2015, 9:05 AM somethinggoeshere said: So yeah as I stated on the very sad title, I was using my computer and out of no where, my computer went off,
solved Computer made a pop noise, shut off solved Before i went sleep my mouse was all good i turned off my computer and when i turned it on in the PSU still supplying small amount of power after computer is shut down. Happy hunting. >> >> Focus on something with at least support for 18 Amps on at least one of the >> +12V rails (if there are more than one), 420Watt, 480 http://planetweb20.com/power-supply/dc-dc-atx-power-supply.html To say that we were overwhelmed by the responses would be an understatement.
Best answer CalculatronJul 11, 2013, 3:20 AM I think what happened to me, specifically, was a blown capacitor? I instantly turn it off and google the beeps, and find out it's a graphics card issue..... (MY PRECIOUS!) So now i'm like "Oh well, my baby's dead. Table of Contents Filed under: Beginners Guides Published: Author: External Mfg. After all, its responsibility is to filter the massive wall voltage into the bite-sized 12V, 5V and 3.3V DC allocations that modern PCs need. © 2017 PCSTATS.com Please respect the time