The Mac Pro First Generation is an Intel Xeon-based workstation computer manufactured by Apple Inc. between the years of 2006 and 2013.

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My mac dont want restart

mac pro 3.1

my mac work fine but when I shout down dont want restart..sometimes take 2 days sleep than restart normaly and work fine.

during sleep time if I try to turn it on I feel 2 different scene

1....start up feel the PSU fan working red light on in the ram and mother board thanks came back sleep

2... start up a fews second thanks a click like turn off the power.

is big mistery....I have Buy a rigenerate PSU.....but is the same.....

please help me

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Power-on LED does not illuminate when power button is pressed, fans do not spin, and there is no boot tone or video

1. Verify power outlet is good.

2. Check that diagnostic LED 2 is on when the power cord is connected.

3. Replace power cord.

4. Check that diagnostic LED 2 is on when the power cord is connected.

5. Reset the logic board. Refer to “Resetting the Logic Board” in this chapter.

6. Verify power supply cables are fully connected.

7. Verify that processors are properly seated. Check diagnostic LED 3 and/or LED 4.

8. Verify that processors’ mounting clamps are properly tightened.

9. Test whether the front panel board or power button is at fault. Remove the installed front panel board and test with a known-good front panel board.

10. Replace front panel board.

11. Replace power button.

12. Replace power supply.

13. Replace logic board.

Power-on LED illuminates when pressed in, but goes out when button is released, there is no boot tone or video, but you can hear a small click

1. Check diagnostic LED 2 for trickle voltage from the power supply. Refer to “Power Supply Veri cation” in this chapter. If veri cation fails, replace power supply.

2. Verify that the processors are properly seated. Check diagnostic LED 3 and/or LED 4

3. Verify that the processor mounting clamps are properly tightened.

4. Replace the power supply.

Power-on LED illuminates when power button is pressed but fans do not spin (or spin only momentarily) and there is no boot tone or video

1. Reseat video card. (Make sure video card is fully inserted in connector and end of card is secured by the connector latch.) For video cards that require power cables, check that they are connected.

2. Reset logic board. Refer to “Resetting the Logic Board” in this chapter.

3. Verify power supply cables are fully connected.

4. Check diagnostic LED 3 and/or LED 4 for processor connection.

5. Reseat processors and check for bent pins.

6. Check diagnostic LED 2 for trickle voltage from the power supply. Refer to “Power Supply Veri cation” in this chapter. If veri cation fails, replace power supply.

7. Replace logic board.

8. Replace processor.

Power-on LED illuminates when power button is pressed and fans spin continuously but there is no boot tone or video

1. Reseat video card. (Make sure video card is fully inserted in connector and end of card is secured by the connector latch.) For video cards that require power cables, check that they are connected.

2. Verify speaker cable is fully seated.

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