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Computer powering up

My motherboard is a 848A PC Chips motherboard. Have done all I could, new cpu, new videocard, powersuppy checked out fine, new hard drive,and cd/dvd reader but nothing will come up on the monitor. Monitor was checked. The power supply will run and cpu fan will run but nothing will show on monitor. I have already reset the CMOS and returned to normal mode with no results. Help.

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  • strings491 Nov 09, 2007

    new power supply, still no power???

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It looks like your mother board is old one. If so clean it with IPA solution (Iso propyl alcohol). Replace the processor.Then try again. You can also try changing your Video card. That can cause problems if not seated properly. If nothing works get your motherboard serviced.

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