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It will not turn on

I have replaced the mother board because i had a bad video card and before i did that it would start but now i started once or 2 times and then now it will not start at all
but with the old motherboard it would start and every thing but i did not use it for like 1-2 moths and now i dont know what it could be wrong could it be the motherboard battery ?

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You can choose corect mother board like old type with vedio card

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