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Thread: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

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    PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    Whenever I try to play games on my computer it will set off to the black screen. It seems like the computer has shut down but the strange thing I have noticed even after the black screen is, the fans are still spinning. I can hear the sound.

    Occasionally my CPU fan gets truly loud. With old system with same graphics card as well as PSU there were problems; just following I installed the latest mobo/cpu/ram did this trouble start to happen.

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    Re: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    If the graphics card has a power connector? Connected if any?

    It has two connectors for the screen? Both already tried?

    Properly plugged into the board?

    If nothing helps you close the CMOS memory briefly.

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    Re: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    You tried it without a graphics card?

    Only the onboard or integrated card?

    If this is, go there once in the BIOS and turn off the onboard graphics card. If there is no such function, you have to find a setting somewhere where you can choose between PCI or AGP graphics card. There, of course switch to AGP. Now you save the settings and start off again. Turn off the PC!, And use the new graphics card. Now it should go.

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    Re: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    If the computer turns itself off within minutes of light can only be by two factors:
    • The power supply is failing and not giving the energy required for each component, sometimes when we bought the cheapest case we would recommend always buy certified case, these resist.
    • The other problem is link to the microprocessor, this may be due to dirt, accumulated dirt, (give it a careful cleaning), also missing the CCOL this micro or lack of thermal paste. The thermal paste cooling helps the micro)

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    Re: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    At the power supply it is very unlikely, as has indeed does your old graphics card. Thus, the onboard graphics card goes back, you just have the short-circuit CMOS. Or you take out the battery for 10min and then test them back inside. (But as always disconnect PC from the network, otherwise it gets.)

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    Re: PC on MSI 890FXA-GD65 Shutdown/black screen but fans keep running

    After the detachment of the relay remains switched on the pc?
    A little 'as they did in the old PC, when you had to press a button to turn off?
    There may be several reasons...
    Have you checked the BIOS settings for any wrong?
    Does not indicate the operating system, but such a problem could also be due to a wrong configuration of the power options..

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