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    it is back on but it is giving me the 00 error display again..


    reinstalled the cpu correctly and everything and nothing is working, it isnt hot either, could the cpu just be completely busted now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aggrolol View Post
    Yea the wall socket or even the PS socket cable.

    I let it sit for about two hours and still nothing... Would the fans be twitching like they are if the power supply died? Do you have any other ideas as to what it might be?


    I was considering that I installed the fan incorrectly but it was definitely active maybe just not placed correctly? I felt the CPU just a tad and as far as I can tell its completely cool
    PC power supply's can be strange when they are not working correctly. Yes it is possible for the fans to twitch like that if the PS is bad, the PS tries to start up but then fails, possibly shutting itself off with its protection features. It will also do that if something it is connected to is broken, again a safety feature.

    Anything could have failed in the PC, like the disk drive, video card, etc. You can test some of those things by just unplugging the power cable from the device itself. Like in your picture of your disk drives, just unplug the power cable from the drive. Try both the DVD and storage drive first, and see it the PC starts. OF COURSE turn off and unplug the power supply first!! This is just to try to find the bad component.

    If those two seem fine, then you'll need to test the video card. Unplug it from the PS, and remove it from the mother board. There is a release tab on the mother board slot you must press or slide before the card can be removed. DO NOT FORCE IT! Again you can't really run the PC without the video card, but at least the PC will start if the card is stopping it.

    Also, check the power supply cables that you are not using, that the connectors are not touching a metal part of any kind, which will shut off the power supply due to a short circuit.

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    it now seems to be a cpu problem once again, 00 codes across the board even after trying out each piece.

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    Did you try clearing the BIOS/CMOS like I mentioned earlier?

    Earlier you mentioned "I felt the CPU just a tad and as far as I can tell its completely cool, which worries me, how can you do that with the CPU cooler installed?

    I can't see your PC specs for some reason, so what are you using for a CPU cooler, and where is it connected on your mother board?

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    I removed the cooler to feel the processor just a tad, my fan was clamped on top of the processor with the thermal paste as the instructions told me to do. The model I have is the Cooler Master Hyper 212 I believe

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    If the PC was off, by the time you removed the CPU cooler, the processor would had cooled off.

    If it still felt a bit warm even a few minutes after shutting down the PC and removing your cooler, that tends to indicate it was rather hot before the shutdown. But difficult to say with certainty. You should have gone into the BIOS before installing Windows, and watched the CPU temperature reading for a while, to insure it was within normal limits.

    Regardless, a processor like yours should have shut itself off automatically if it was over heating.

    At this point, the only things you can do is try another power supply to verify that is not the problem. Or have the processor tested somehow, in a friends PC that is compatible with your model of processor, or at a PC store. I don't know how or where you bought your parts. If a local store, take the processor in to be tested, and do the same thing with the power supply, if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggrolol View Post
    in the first image you see the 8 pins? i have no cable for that that could connect to my op drive which is what i believe is what needs to be done, the cable next to the 8 pins in the image connects to my motherboard where it says SATA drive, and as far as i can tell thats the correct spot because in my BIOS menu the computer is picking up my HDD.
    Just so you know, there is no cable that you need to attach to those pins on the hard drive or DVD drive. Those pins are for 'jumpers' to be installed on, but most everything modern now-a-days do not require any jumpers to be installed. In the old days they were used for master/slave drive configurations. Some drive would have to be set to master even if they were the only drive. This was done so the mother board's bios would know which was the boot drive. You have no issues here.
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    Double 0's means the board is running fine..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaggerwild View Post
    Double 0's means the board is running fine..............
    Seriously?

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