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Computer will not start

I bought a new case, i blew out all dust out of power supply and motherboard and cpu heatsink, i installed in new case now nothing happens turns on for a second and shuts off, i unplug the cpu power supply then all fans run and stay on

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When handling motherboards and any sensitive ICs you really have to be careful and discharge any static electricity you may be carrying by touching the case before handling even with the power off. Double check all your power connections and especially the logic cables going to the harddrive. It seems to me that one of those connections is not quite right. Good luck. and God bless.

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You do not say if this is a custom-built or factory-built PC.

The issues to check are if anything on or around the motherboard was disturbed during installation.

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