Question about Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard
I have a problem of my motherbraod with no power i think it was damaged by electric fault
Find the power switch wire on the power supply. (usually black and red, small connector). connect the 2 pints with a paper clip. see if the power puppl comes on. if it does, then, turn it off.
remove everyting that you have installed on the board. connect the power supply to the motherboard. make sure the CPU is in correct oriantation, turn on the PC. you should have the fan on and the indicator in the board lited. if not, try to run the board w/o the CPU. and if that still not coming on. then the board is cooked.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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