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Dead MB? Have a D945GTP system that has been running for some time. Unplugged it for a few weeks. Now, there is nothing when you turn the power switch on. Have the green LED on the MB when AC power is ON. While AC was on, I replaced the coin cell battery. Old one was 3.0 volts, seems OK. Still nothing. With new coin cell in place, replaced power supply. Nothing. Any suggestions would be great.

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  • wpbrown18 Mar 22, 2009

    plugged in new power supply. Power supply fans don Hunks. unplugged connection to 242 CPU core connector-power supply fans work. any idea of problem-should i replace motherboard

  • Rage535 Apr 28, 2009

    Similar problem here. I can hear hd/cd drive pwr up. all fans working. no external outputs. (no light on usb keyboard, mouse) no vga. I do have lights on the onboard nic. But cannot ping machine, or remote into it.
    have tried swapping ram, drives, etc. did not try swapping pwr supply.

  • highrthangod Apr 28, 2009

    My computer was working fine. At the time, I had created a new folder and was transferring some files from another folder into the new one I just created, when all of a sudden, in the middle of transferring a file, the computer lost all power. As if someone just pulled the plug out the back of it. I see the green light on the mb is still on but won't power up. At all. I've changed power supplies. Still nothing. I take my hd out, run it as a slave on another computer and it works fine. So I'm left with the possibility that its either my processor or the mb that doesn't work anymore. I think its the mb but dont understand why.

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Most of the time the issue seems to be a bad power supply. I would test with a different one if possible. In rare cases I have seen the capacitors bulge and leak leading to a dead motherboard.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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