My parent just bought the power supply and memory for me. After I replacing the cheap-a$$ power supply, the computer won't boot, nothing it happen and the buzzer doesn't beeping. My power supply is Thermaltake EVO_Blue 550W Modular Power Supply. Here's the specification of my system:
- ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Mobo
- Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2 GHz
- 4GB DDR2 RAM (just upgraded from 2GB)
- Galaxy GeForce GT 220 (borrow from my friend, Zotac GeForce GTX 550 Ti is actual my video card and it was borrowed)
- Seagate Barracuda 500GB
- Samsung DVD Writer
Here's what problem affect on my system:
- Is the problem come from CPU? Maybe the socket bended (or not).
- Is northbridge are damaged after I cleaning that?
- Or from your opinion?
I own the ASUS motherboard since more than 1 year. Help me to solve that problem!
Have you tried putting the original PSU back in to see if it boots? Its possible that you got a DOA power supply, (it happens). Did you take proper steps to ensure no static discharge hit the components (ie grounding yourself before working in the case or wearing an anti-static wrist-strap?)
Why would the CPU socket be bent? If you're replacing the PSU and RAM, there was no reason to mess with the CPU.