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AsRock Motherboard won't boot. Need Advice.

My Asrock motherboard will not boot. I have A 2.4 processor and 1GB . The problem is nothing appears on the screen when I turn it on. I have checked the graphics card and concluded that is not the problem. It has to be the moterboard or CPU. When I turn the Computer on it gives power to everything,then stop cpu & smps .
check RAM SMPS HDD & DISPLAY CARD ok.

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First check the power supply or swap another.
connect only power 20 or 24 connect and test power on. no off? (no video because no power to cpu by 4 pin or 6 pin connector)
plug 4 pin connector and test power on. if on and off check cpu power section (mosfets) if burned one pls remove ... you can test short by touch the mosfet by finger (burning heat)

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Here's the solution!

Check if NUM lock glows if tapped on the Keyboard ::

Yes - If your Power LED is blinking change the SMPS, if it is Solid, change the I/O cables or RAM or Display Adaptr - whichever you think the problem to be.

N0 - Change the board.

PS. If processor is the problem, CPU fans won't spin in the first place.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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