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No power to motherboard

Hi I have No power to motherboard or proc does not turn on I have just installed a new power supply.

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Re: No power to motherboard

Hi, Make sure you plug in a 4 pin power connector to the motherboard for the processor or nothing will fire up. It's usually yellow and black.

Posted on Jun 12, 2007

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