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PC Power up Problem

PC won't power up via the power on switch. Switch is OK and so is the power supply as I am able to simulate power up by grounding the power on input to the power supply (green wire going to power supply). Motherboard is an RC410M Rev 1.03
Any suggestions?
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Hi im josh in cebu phils. friend i suggest to check the two cables from power supply the 16pins and the 4pins 12volts.be sure you mounted it firmly to avoid this connection and to provde you with enough power to make the mainboard work. good luck.

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