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Cannot power up D875PBZ motherboard - get green LED on board

I installed a used motherboard in my computer. When I tried to start up, I get a green LED on the board but the unit does not power up. The power suppy, front panel; etc does not activate. I may have missed something where should I look?

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  • craigmister Apr 26, 2009

    same problem........tried a differant power supply and same thing. have reset bios and still, same

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Try to clear the cmos

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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    Ruben Malana Feb 08, 2013

    Thank you sir for help

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Congratulations on starting to build your own PC. In time, and after a lot of reading and experience, you should become very proficient in it. It should also save you a LOT of $$.

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pine,

It sounds like you have a short somewhere in the motherboard and should have it replaced. The website for this product can be found here.

Also, I found a technical guide for you which may help.
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Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

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