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I have no power

I have installed everything correctly (i think so at least). the mobo has a green light which means it is getting power but when I switch on the power switch on front of case It has a quick flash of power then nothing.

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  • erchick_2 Jan 07, 2009

    I tried that and nothing. i feel like i hooked up the front power button to the power supply wrong. but don't know what else to do.

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Try Disconnecting The Hard Drives Then Powering On To See If That Works.

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