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CPU does not start

Hi When I press my power button, the CPU comes on for a split second. The fans start spinning then stops but when that happens the power led stays on. I have to keep my finger on the button for a while to put it off then on releasing it the CPU starts again then stops. When I unplug the ATX 12v power supply the fans spin but once that plug is in the CPU does not function. Please tell me what the problem is. I have an Intel d865glc mobo.

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Re: CPU does not start

Hi, have you tried removing all the cards (video, lan etc) and all power connectors to drives? Run only your mb. If problem persists then it is possible that there is a short in the mb since the psu auto protects and shutoff. You can also try removing the retaining screws of the mb and try running it completely off the back panel. Care should be taken to ensure that the back of the mb does not touch any metal part of the casing. You can try sliding in between a plastic folder or something. If psu still shuts off, then you it is most likely the mb is fried. Please let me know if this works out for you. Regards

Posted on Apr 10, 2007

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