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Won't turn on

I have everything hooked up to to my K7V Dragon plus motherboard and it won't turn on there is power to the board and i know where it supposed to be pluged into (i think) so if u can send me a pic of how it is to be put back together or if u can descripe it please get back to me

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Hello czbad92

Did you try to unplug everything on the motherboard, and reseat the cmos battery. Then plug in everything.

Let me know if that works

Thanks

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Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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Hi Jopav1,

At the age of *********** board, I would recommend physically looking at the board, in particular, the large upright capacitors. If the tops are bulging, or have anything leaking out of them, send the board to a recycler, and look for an exact replacement on the used market, or replace with new. I just bought the same board you have today for $25, with AMD 1800 CPU.

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