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MOTHERBOARD NO POWER

I'm using Asrock G41MVS3 Motherboard R2.0 and suddenly the power turns off when i plugged the video card on it while it's open. What should I supposed to do? It doesn't turn on now.. I already checked the PSU, power button and wire of button and they were all working.

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Posted on Sep 26, 2007

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SOURCE: cannot turn on motherboard

Either the power button itself is bad, or the mainboard is bad. You can test the power supply and mainboard by using a paperclip to short the green wire on the middle of the power connector that goes to the motherboard to the black wire next to it on the same connector. This will force the power supply on. If the mainboard still won't do anything, then it's dead, Jim.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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SOURCE: ASrock P4i45GV Motherboard

Hi sandesh8, did you know you can increase the memory size of the onboard AGP card above the 64MB? Page 26 in you're manual. If you install another AGP card into the opened AGP slot, please go to this site & only use the recomended AGP cards in the Asrock list. Click on this link: http://www.asrock.com/mb/vga.asp?Model=P4i45GV%20R5.0&s=478&c=VGA
This is one of very few video cards found on the list with 256MB of video memory.
http://www.amazon.com/nVidia-GeForce-FX-5700-5187-6725/dp/B000RPKI28

Good Luck!
Mike

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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SOURCE: CPU OR Motherboard

its your motherboard problem if its have a warranty then send it to the asrock service centre if not then repair it

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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SOURCE: no pwer

check conections, did you isolated bolts while you ware inserting mother board? check condensators on mother board if there are some leeks... if this is the case ,,, buy a new mother board? is mother board new?

Posted on May 02, 2009

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