Starting problem with HP Netvista

Discussion in 'HP' started by fvaneeuwen, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. fvaneeuwen

    fvaneeuwen Guest

    I have a HP Netvista model 6276 27G which suddenly did not start up.
    Checked the switch but not faulty, also cabling from this switch to
    motherboard is okay. Scouted around for fuses but none found, also
    not in the HIPRO model HP-M14554F3 power unit. I also used another
    power cable just to be sure. Switchedthe PC to 115 V and tried to
    run the PC from a transformer delivering that voltage, but to no
    avail. Anybody any ideas what could be wrong? Does anybody have the
    connections for the cable from the PSU to the motherboard? How does
    one test such a PSU? And I started out to think this was just a
    simple fault........

    fvaneeuwen, Nov 28, 2005
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  2. fvaneeuwen

    Ben Myers Guest

    That computer is an IBM NetVista. I would find another ATX power supply (any
    size will do) and test the system again. If the system boots up, then you know
    you need to replace the power supply. If you get a large full-sized ATX power
    supply for testing, place the system on its side, disconnect all the power
    cables from the suspect HiPro, connect the cables for the test power supply, and
    go... Ben Myers
    Ben Myers, Nov 28, 2005
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  3. fvaneeuwen

    fvaneeuwen Guest

    Hi Ben

    Thank you for your advice. Sorry, it is a IBM! I also have a HP from
    friend here for repair and I switched things..... I will try that.
    donot have a PSU at hand now but I have a friend who has one and i
    willing to let me have a try with it. Will let you know the results

    fvaneeuwen, Dec 4, 2005
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