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Pc is not working mother board is indicating str led glow .

My intel pc of original d815eea2u processor p3 866 mhz was working nicely in my home but one day power is on and observed it is not working. I opened the cpu cabin and observed that the processor cooling fan is working and a small str led onthe mother board is gowing but no respons is oberved from the other indicators from the board as no buzzer action or hdd led indiction etc. I measured the output voltages from the smps power supply to the mother board and its peripheral devices are normal.

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Try to reset the CMOS on the motherboard.

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