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Hello Anvar, hi, to run the power supply on its own, you need to short the green wire with the black wire. (plug in the unit)
using a Volt meter, select a range of DC 50V. put the black probe of the voltmeter to any black wire, and the red probe to the ff:
Chances are that 250w power supply is not going to power a motherboard with a 24 pin connector, but you can try.
You will need to purchase a 20 to 24 pin adapter cable.
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you can try your power supply if it works by jumpering its pin. try to insert copper wire in pin 11 and connect it to pin 12. and turn o your power supply. But if it won't works then used tester and test its circuit boards particularly is capacitors, resistors and even the transformer inside the power supply. Or if you can't make it then you can call a technician either in computer or electrical to test your power supply if it still working or not. In that wy can be sure in making decision if its really your power supply got problem or not.