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Computer won't boot up

ASUS TUSI-M w/PC100 PS150 ATX micro power supply. This will not boot up even with trying two different motherboards. Not even so much as a BIOS beep. All the lights come on, the HDD spins etc. The monitor comes up with a self-test saying everything is good with it and to check the computer. Seeing as I can't even get a BIOS beep of any kind, could it be something with the power supply not "channeling" power correctly?

I've tried three different motherboards and am hesitant to believe it's all three motherboards.

I'd appreciate any input and possible things to check into.
Thanks.

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Have you tried a higher rated ATX power supply? Preferably a 350w.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MicroATX

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