Question about EliteGroup 915P-A Motherboard
Get an ATX power supply diagnostic cable. It plugs into the ATX connector on your power supply, turns it on, and has an LED for the Power_Good signal. They cost about $10. They are fairly cheap.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
The problem is your power supply, since the power supply have differrent output voltage there is 12volts, 3volts and so on. the 12volts output voltage is not giving enough power. you can determine this by detaching the 20pins from your motherboard coming from the power supply then power-on the power supply then use a jumper wire insulated but scraped both ends (conductor visible) then connect it to the green connector and the grey connector if the fan of the power supply doen't rotate then you 12volts output voltage is busted.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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