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2 problems my problem is the power switch connector won't work proberly, i have to pull it out of the motherboard and put it in again, and then the computer starts on it own?? and it say warning case open!! Please help ;D //Gr?nh?j

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Sounds like a short in one of the wires. Try testing the power supply with another system, if all works properly then it is a short in the motherboard. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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Hello m8 my problem is the power switch connector won't work proberly, i have to pull it out of the motherboard and put it in again, and then the computer starts on it own??


Look up the manual for your case and motherboard and make sure you are connecting it to the right pin, some pins recieve constant power.

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