Question about AOpen AX4SG Max Motherboard
No fans could indeed indicate a problem with your power supply...
Or your motherboard is broken.
Have you recently added extra hardware to your pc, like a new graphics card, or one of the harddisks you mentioned.
I suggest you try removing them from your system, if possible, and then try to boot again. If the pc then works, it's probably your power supply.
If not, your mainboard is probably broken. I suggest you try replacing it with one from another pc first, before you go buy a new one. If replacing it doesnt work, buying a new one will be of no use.
But then you've got the problem of removing a mainboard, which isnt exactly easy. So I guess it's up to you to find someone who can do that.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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