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No lights / fan movement wen trieing to power on a p5ld2-tvm se/s asus motherboard - have tried usual thing s- ie no ram no mouse no keyboard no monitor no lid etc etc but no luck..

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  • jratcliffe Oct 13, 2008

    yea i just tested the psu its fine so it gotabe the mb ty for speedly reply

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Have you plugged the 4 pin power connection in aswell as the main power connection, if so might be a dead motherboard.no lights / fan movement - bd62985.jpg

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

  • mark hudson Oct 13, 2008

    before you run out and buy another motherboard, can you check your power supply and even your power lead

    let me know how you get on


  • mark hudson Oct 13, 2008

    sorry read that slightly wrong :)

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