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Foxconn moterboard i a foxconn motherboard an have connected it up but the computor wont start up at all.is there a diagram of the wireing incase i have wired it up wrong

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  • pauline copson Aug 07, 2007

    there is no power at all and yes the mother board is screwed to the case properly.
    what do you mean by grounding?

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Does the system not even start up the power supply? That most likely means you've wired up your power button incorrectly. Also it could be possible that you're grounding the motherboard to the case. Make sure it is screwed onto the case correctly.

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