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No Power Motherboard would not power-up.  Green led light on motherboard is on though. Flash drive was inserted in the USB port. Then it was safely removed.  After that it hanged, then it failed to power up again. Can you help? Thanks!

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Re: No Power

I noticed that the Intel SL6DM chip on the main board is very hot, without the power on...

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Re: No Power

Try to check 5volts on processor, south&north Bridge.if ever no 5volts supply replace Q7&Q7.. also check the bios.

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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