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Asus mobo totally dead, no post, no beep, no power switch. help me please..

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  • Joe Budd Mar 07, 2009

    Thanks for support,

    Fortunally i was check all power consumption it all good beside that little LED in mobo light normally but still I can switch on.

    Cmos and battery has been removed and cleared.

    Any suggestion?

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Have you checked the power supply to make sure it is turned on, if so then proceed to the power cable and make sure it is plugged in to the back of the computer and the wall socket, if everthing checks out there take the side panel off of your computer and check to see if there are any little lights on the mobo if so then you know the mobo has power if it functioning properly the next step would be to replace the mobo with a new motherboard.

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