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MSI 1996 Motherboard: Power on Signal to PS staying high

P-ON should enable 3.3 &12v to Motherboard when start button is pushed. The signal stays high and if i disconnect it and put the ps side down to 0v everything is fine PC works beutifully. Only drawback ps and fan remain running following normal PC shutdown. I have noticed the abscence of any audio from PC. Medion the PC manufacturer say it will be static and advice i get a new Motherboard. What do you think?? I have asked this question on another forum with no response.

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Check motherboard wire conector, make sure its not reversed

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