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Asrock dual core 775 vsta motherboard

I have been having prombles with my motherboard so i stripped it down and ownly connected the cpu fan and the atx power connector,atx 12v connector the motherboard turns on for about 10 to 20 seconds and turn off but if i turn the power supply off by the switch and the back and turn it back on it does the same thing please help

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Re: asrock dual core 775 vsta motherboard

Check to see if the heatsink/fan for cpu is mounted securely, if so, see if there is sufficient thermopaste between the cpu and heatsink. if those check out ok then make sure the cmos jumper block is on the correct pins.

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Re: asrock dual core 775 vsta motherboard

Since the only thing connected is the power suppy and the CPU, this is often caused by a power supply unable to provide the power to the MB. You will need to swap out the power supply and that should take care of the problem.

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