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Ati ixp 400 mother board won't power up

Won't power up

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Provide me with some model numbers for your board. they will be printed on the board. I will then provide you with a link to the drivers and directions.

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SOURCE: where to connect power switch of m7vig 400 mother

See the manual:

ftp://ftp.biostar-usa.com/manuals/M7VIG%20400/M7VIG400manual.pdf

Page nr. 9 you cane see JPANEL1 pin assignement.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I installed new mother board

Hi there! Welcome to FixYa!
For you to further isolate the problem, you may need to follow the following steps.

First, check your power switch header if it matched the cables on the motherboard. check also the power cable for both ATX power (20 or 24 pin) and CPU power if they are firmly attached.
Second, run your system on a minimal hardware (power, processor and memory only) you need to remove Video Cards or other add-in cards if you have any and just run the system using onboard video (VGA)

If all else fail, then check individual hardware. (no need to check this if you are sure that they are working, but for the sake of isolation then you must.)
(1) Isolate the motherboard Check if it will work using other power supply (2) Isolate the power supply.
Check if it will work using other computer's motherboard (3) Isolate memory
If you are using 2 or more sticks or RAM, then try them one at a time. If all else fail then you may need to contact the vendor for possible RMA.

Posted on Sep 03, 2011

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SOURCE: Ms 1745 mother board won't power up

This isn't much of a solution, but I can tell you one thing. If the mother board smells like ozone, it's fried. Sometimes you can see where by comparing the clarity of the circuit routes. Sorry if this isn't much help,but if the board is no good then searching for a fix is pointless. GOOD LUCK. Hope it's something less severe.

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