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Not everything powers up when I turn on my disassembled computer

Ok, so this is my first time building a computer, and I made a mistake in buying a mobo with a manual written in bad English. Now when I power up my computer, the monitor, mouse, keyboard, & maybe even the hard drive don't. I need aid!

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Remove first the power suppy. if it is 24pin power suppy, shorten pin 15/16. that is the black and green,
if the fan of power supply rotates, then the P.S. is ok.
then return it to motherboard. check your connection with the motherboard power switch.
good luck

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