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YOU HAVE SOME CONNECTION LIKE THE LED AND FACE PLATE WIRES IN THE WRONG, CONFIGURATION.
THIS IS WHAT I RECOMMEND YOU TO DO FIRST.
REMOVE EVERYTHING, UNPLUG ALL DEVICES,
MAKE SURE THE MOTHERBOARD STAND OFF THAT ARE IN THE CASE IS NOT SHORTING OUT THE MOTHERBOARD.
make sure all the hole is the motherboard line up with the stand off where you screw down the motherboard.
1.make sure the cpu and fan & memory is installed and plugged in
2.just plug in the power supply, turn on system, if boots, turn off
3. install video card 1 only,turn on, if okay, turn off
4. install dvd unit, turn on, boots ok,than turn off
5. install hhd, turn on ok, than turn off
6. plug in front panel,usb,other fan, turn on, if ok,turn off
7 install network card, turn on, if okay, turn off
if you have any issues with any of the steps above than you will know which unit or item is bad, or plugged in wrong, or not compatible with your unit
I KNOW IT IS ALOT OF WORK BUT IT WILL SAVE YOU ALOT OF RUNNING AROUND WITH YOUR HEAD CUT OFF
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If you hear the CPU fan turn on that doesn't mean the CPU itself is working. It can be only that the motherboard is getting power. Check all your connections such as monitor and peripherals and re-connect them. If you still don't get P.O.S.T. or ANY letters or boot options on your screen then your CPU is dead. (unless your monitor is bad) Another easy diagnostic is using your ears. For example the pitch sound of the fan in some motherboards tends to lower and then increase because it's reading of the hard drive. This means your CPU is ok but either your graphics connection is bad or your monitor is.
5V Stand-By Indicator LED The power supply will always supply a 5V standby voltage to your motherboard so that it can power on via for example Wake On Lan technology. This LED shows that your power supply is supplying this standby voltage to your motherboard.n :D
You may need to replace your power supply, if the LED is flashing, it's not supplying the power the motherboard needs.