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MSI G41M-P26 jpwr2? if i disconnect it no power. if i connect it there is a power but no display.

Power of mother board "jpwr2" diffected

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You don't give enough information. You need to decide if motherboard is starting up - and you can hear hard disk(s) running and accessing data, or if everything is totally dead.

If the former the lack of a display could be a fault with your graphics card.

You need to see if the power supply is running, look and see if its fan is going and then listen to see if hard disk motor is running. If these are dead try a replacement Power Supply.
If you get some text or graphics on the screen when you first turn on, and before screen goes blank, that suggests it is running and the blank screen can be due to a software problem.

If you need more help, supply more info about the fault.

Posted on May 27, 2014

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