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No Power At Start Up

My Problem: No signs of start up when on/off power button is pushed. No fans running, motherboard green LED is on.

Dis-connected all drives from motherboard - no change. Dis-connected PSU for test: jumped green to black pins - PSU fan starts & runs normally.

I may be wrong, but it appears that the motherboard died. Before I trash it, I would appreciate a second (or more) opinion. This is an E-Machine T2798 with Intel D845GVSR motherboard.

Best regards, Richard

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  • rc_kowal Jan 19, 2009

    Drachnem, I tried all but one of the steps you suggested - still no power. I only have one stick of RAM. Should I try to move this to the other open slot?

    Richard


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If there is an issue with a card or memory you can run into this issue, try taking out all but one stick of ram, then see if it boots, then if it doesn't try another stick, and move it around the slots.

Also remove any cards you have installed that you don't need to boot up.

Disconnect any 12v power connectors from the drives too, if it boots up, plug them back in one, by one.

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Most likely need a mb replaced

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