Solved Changed fan-will not bootup

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surveyor1951

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I have a a homebulit pc with a Gigabite mb. My os is Windows 7 Home Edition 32 bit. I replaced the fan & hooked up the 2 HD's. & the DVD. After I turned on the computer it would not bootup. Just wondering if there are anything I can do to boot it up. Any help would be much apprieciated. Thanks
 

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I have a a homebulit pc with a Gigabite mb. My os is Windows 7 Home Edition 32 bit. I replaced the fan & hooked up the 2 HD's. & the DVD. After I turned on the computer it would not bootup. Just wondering if there are anything I can do to boot it up. Any help would be much apprieciated. Thanks
What happens exactly, does for example the computer power up but you get no display or does the computer power up but you get a boot failure message on the screen

As an asides surveyor1951 as a courtesy would you be so good as to update or conclude your previous thread here thank you (y)
 

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Are you sure all power is supplied to the motherboard?
Main and auxiliary cables are connected?

I have gotten similar response if the CPU was damaged, or the auxiliary power to the CPU was not connected.
 
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surveyor1951

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It was the psu. I reinstalled the old one & now it boots up with a DVD iso image from Microsoft, but it is all in Korean,so I have to look for an English one.
 
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surveyor1951

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I phoned microsoft support person & they were able to get me Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 os,the English version. I need advise now on my hd's. I have a new hd drive & my old hd with all my files & applications such as Microsoft Office, Photo Shop etc Is there a way I can get all these apps from my old hd. Should I put the Windows 7 download on the new hd & try to retrieve all the data from the old hd. .Also is there a way to retrieve my product keys from my apps such as Microsoft Office etc I don't want to loose all the data on the old hd. I just know the procedure on how to do this. Any help would be much apprieciated. Thanks for all your advice.
 

phillpower2

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I phoned microsoft support person & they were able to get me Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 os,the English version. I need advise now on my hd's. I have a new hd drive & my old hd with all my files & applications such as Microsoft Office, Photo Shop etc Is there a way I can get all these apps from my old hd. Should I put the Windows 7 download on the new hd & try to retrieve all the data from the old hd. .Also is there a way to retrieve my product keys from my apps such as Microsoft Office etc I don't want to loose all the data on the old hd. I just know the procedure on how to do this. Any help would be much apprieciated. Thanks for all your advice.
surveyor1951

Not being pedantic but going off topic here which is not good practice, your reply #8 suggests that the issue that you requested help with in your OP has now been resolved, marking this thread as being solved may more quickly help others looking for help with the same or a similar issue.

Please start a new thread on the Windows 7 forum here and someone will be along to offer you the most appropriate guidance asap, thank you for your understanding.
 
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