Question about Foxconn 661FX7MI-RS (661FX7MIS) Motherboard

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Not powering up

I just got a new motherboard + CPU, had the company test it for me just to be sure. Install everything following the manual turn it on and then off again quick, forgot the memory card, compatible memory card of course. get the card in close the tower again and go to turn it on, doesn't turn on. I've checked the lines and everything looks fine, fiddled the tower connection to motherboard a little and plugged it in again, still doesn't power up. I'm rather out of things to try.

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  • Matt Richards Jul 08, 2007

    The CPU and fan came installed, there is a speaker hooked up and it did beep when it did turn on the first time. It sounded like everything was spinning, only had it on for a couple seconds that first time. There is an onboard video card so did not install a seperate card. Oh and all pins are connected that can be, both power connectors, the tower fan, all buttons and lights, hard drive, DVD drive and floppy are connected. Problem comes from the button for power not turning the computer on again, well symptom of the problem anyway.

  • ace1434 Sep 23, 2008

    new foxconn m/b,new cpu and fan,new ram. when i switch off totally and then switch on there is no display.all the rest is working properly.I clear cmos with jumper and switch on again, display is there.

    email:ace1434@gmail.com
    please help

    thanks


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Did the CPU and cooling fan come pre-installed or did you have to install it? Did you forget the separate 4 pin power connector from the power supply to the motherboard? Is the speaker hooked up and are there any beeps? Do all the fans spin up? Do you have a video card that requires additional power connection and forgot to connect it?

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