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No power No response to front panel switch Replaced PSU, no joy. By passed switch on Main Board, no joy

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Hi williesos, Look at the capacitors near the CPU. If the tops are not flat or leaking a rusty brown crud then it maybe why the board will not boot. See this link for more info. on what to look for. These intel boards are known to have bad capacitors.

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1. There are 8 wires from the front panel's casing, excluding USB connectors and front audio cable.

2. Just plug the front panel switch headers to the F_Panel main board connectors. 1 & 2 are positive, if the led do not light change polarity but Im sure it will.

Note:The mainboard provides a front panel connector for electrical connection to the front panel switches and LEDs. JFP1 is compliant with IntelĀ® Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.


Hopefully this information helps.

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PC dead. Replaced power supply. No lights. No nothing.


When that happens it is usually the motherboard.

To test parts you need a benchmark.

PSU can be tested using a multimeter.

Motherboard is tested using a tester like this one: PCI Test Card, PC Analyzer, Motherboard Test Card
Ram and CPU (CPU sometimes get damaged) are usually not damaged by this kind of problems, they can be tested mounting them on a working motherboard. For the RAM we also use a RAM tester that costs about $200.

Ensure also that the switch contacts to new motherboard are installed properly. A technician can test cabinet power switch using a multimeter, or carefully bridging with a screwdriver the switch on contacts on motherboard (do not do this unless you are sure about what you are doing)

Test the new PSU on a different socket, when a PSU blows , it may damage the main socket.

Also remember that new power supply units have two connectors. The big rectangular main one (24 pin) and a smaller 4 pins squared one.

As an home user you may not have access to testing equipment, therefore my suggestion is.

Ensure you are using the right PSU.

Ensure that the motherboard is connected to power switch.

Test the new PSU with a multimeter.

Examine the motherboard for blown or leaking components and burnt areas.

If you do not find anything, but the mainboard is still not working, then buy a motherboard-cpu bundle compatible with the PSU that you bought and assemble a new system inside the old cabinet.


Regards.

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Option 1 :

Remove completely the mother board from Cabitnet.

Try to check it on other Cabinet.


Option 2

Remove mother board and re- plug the SMPS power Connecter to Mother board outside of cabit and make sure that motherboard is not touching directly to Metal part of cabinnet.


then switch on computer and check


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if you have changed and confirmed the psu and after that no power, then do a final test.
by the way, have u plug the power switch,reset switch, hdd led connector, power on led connector in the right pins on the motherboad. confirm it with the help of user manual , also mentioned in the motherboard too.
if all are in the right positions, and system still not working then do a final test.
remove all the power, data cables for all devices like cdrom,hdd,dvd etc. just plug the power plug of psu inside the motherboard and check. remove the ram too. the supply fan and processor fan should run without ram. but it should give a continuous on and off beeps.
if after removing all this, its still not working then it is surely dead.

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Have you verified that the PSU is OK.

DO you have a voltmeter?

Check the voltages on the main connector to the board

HERE is the 24 pin ATX connector

HERE is the 20 pin ATX connector

If the voltages are not there then either the PSU ON signal is not there, the ON switch is faulty or the PSU is dead.

Post back results and I will try to assist furher

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Well assumomg you letf the psu power connected to the motherboard and turned the machine on using the power switch (which also should be connected! I know it sounds obvious but a lot of the time people genuinly forget!) and then there is no power to the fans, the possibles hardware fault could be the motherboard or the CPU.

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Hi Deborah, if you have checked and double checked the front panel header connectors (inserting the pin headers the opposite direction helps sometimes) then it does indeed sound like your PSU is faulty. You would really need to try a known working PSU to verify this and take it from there.

Please let us know once you have tried swapping the PSU.

If you have the components spare, you could also try the motherboard/ram/cpu in another system.

Hope this helps.

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The burning smell (if it was a fishy type smell) may have come from the mobo psu 21 pin connector where you plug in the psu. The connection may not work properly because of melted plastic deposits which may be why you are unable to turn it off at the switch. Just check the old psu connector for signs of rusting pins and mis-shaped connector. If you have a fairly recent mobo and processor ensure that the power supply doesnt need the power supply from the psu, unlike some processors where the power is taken from the ZIF mobo socket.

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