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Motherboard power problem due to atx 12v cable

When the atx 12volts cable is connected to its proper socket, suddenly the motherboard P5p800-VM losses its power(the fan of the microprocessor turned-off), i tried to replace the power supply knowing it could be the reason, but still the problem is the same,, when the it is disconnected from its socket, the fan of the of the microP turned-on. we have 5 same motherboards with the same problem...please, i cant do it alone, and nobody's here to give a hand, i am an incharge of a laboratory, i am new to this...thank you...

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  • Ricky Ostrom
    Ricky Ostrom May 11, 2010

    Are you sure this is not an intelligent power supply?

    When you short the power-on jumper (hit the button) does the computer come on?


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Sounds like your in the ****, this could be a nuber of things, if you could phone me i would be able to help you out, typing all of this would be a very tedious and time consuming, plus i live in the UK
its up to you

regards

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