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Machine will not start

Server does not power on at all, changed power supply, but server doesn't power on, no fan, no boot sound, no lights nothing

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  • brandon_chu Dec 05, 2008

    it's not a heat related shut down. it was shutdown to be moved to a different office. when we tried to restart it nothing, switch does not even power the board on.  jumped the atx power supply and everything comes on, fans, drives, board lights, but board does not come on at all, no beep, no screen activity no keyboard lights nothing at all.  more then likely motherboard failure. so now the question is what model motherboard is in this unit.

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Did you swap out the RAM and/or CPU. Is this a heat related shutdown?

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