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Solid orange light on motherboard when power light is plugged in

When power cord is plugged in orange light exists on motherboard and power button light comes on and will not turn off only if the power cable is unplugged

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  • sasimcivpol Mar 22, 2009

    I have orenge light on motherbord, but I can't start computer itis behave as there is no pwer

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The light on the motherboard indicates power to the board, so it's completely normal. that might be the same for the power button light.

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