Question about ASUS P4P800 SE (890552603657) Motherboard

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Fails to start

When I hit the power button the fans begin to start then immediiately shut down. When I hit the button again nothing happens. If I unplug it and then hit the power button it does the same thing? I have tried another power supply and it worked the first time then it started doing the same thing. I put the original back in and after several tries it started and ran till I shut it down.
Whats up??

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  • hudmang Sep 20, 2008

    No loose connections. I checked the power with meter and am getting proper power to the 12v atx. I cleaned the memory pins, cleaned and resealed the cpu, cleared the cmos, and checked the battery. It still will not start up. It may start after many attempts that include unplugging the power before each attempt.

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The problem is your fan may not have got proper power supply....the wire connecting the fan and power chord should be perfect....if there is a loose connection your fan may not get proper power supply and then it will not run.....this is the main probem.....just check the wire connection between the fan and power chord has been properly connected and there are no loose connections....i am a software engineer....and have experience in it....try this ...it will 100% solve your problem.......

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