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I have bought one HP XW8200 workstation. now it not run.
I unplug all power cable and plug 220v in, I see fan of power automatic movement.
I guess the power supply error.
Please advice how to solve this problem

Thank you
Manh Thang
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by:newbiekv
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If your mother is connected to power supply and you heard the cpu fan running but your pc woudn't booted up that signal motherboard failer.  You need to replace your mob.
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Is the little slider switch (usually red) on the back of the power supply set to 220v?
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by:doanket
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answer newbiekv's question:
Mother is not connect to Power supply, I just use Power supply and plug power(220v) into, I see fan of power runing automatic although have not done anything.
answer  coral47 question:
The Xw8200 Workstation have not switch 100v-200v.

Plug power (220v) into power supply, I see fan of power runing automatic although have not done anything.
Power supply error?

thanks
manh thang
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The connector for the motherboard needs to be plugged in. There is a feedback voltage (motherboard good), and if the power supply does not see it, it will not run (unless you make a jump wire for it).
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Is this the one?
http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06a/12454-296719-296721-307907-296721-424560.html

There are several things that will keep it from booting.
bad:
motherboard,
cpu,
power supply,
ram,
video card,
modem/network card.
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Ok

Thank you for support.

I send it to Service center in Viet Nam, because my HP Xw8200 still warranty.
Service center in Viet Nam is one of service center in the world.

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manh thang
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Thank you much.    : )

>> ...HP Xw8200 still warranty <<   Good idea. Finding what is bad can be a real pain.  : )
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