Question about Intel D865GBF Motherboard
Unplug your power supply from the mother board.
Using a volt meter check for voltage at the plug.
Some power supplies have an internal fuse that
may have blown.The fuse is accessable by removing the cover on the supply(MAKE SURE IT IS UNPLUGED) some times simply changing the fuse will do the trick. if not replace the Power Supply
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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