Question about Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard - 915G Chipset - Onboard Audio, Video, Lan - MicroATX

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Nothing happens when I press the power button. No

Board - D915GAV
Processor - P$, 3 Ghz
RAM - Hynix 512 X 4
HDD - 2 IDE
DVD - 1 SATA
SMPS - 300 W

Nothing happens when I press the power button. No lights no fans spinning, No post screen. I have checked the SMPS, the RAM, the processor, the drives individually with my other PC. please suggest something

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  • madhujit Jun 30, 2009

    "I have checked the SMPS......." SMPS - Switched Mode Power Supply. Yes Sir, I checked it. As a matter of fact, that's the first thing I checked. How? Well, I have two other PCs. I disconnected this one and checked with another MB. Also, i tried the other two PSUs with this motherboard. And was greeted by nothing but silence.



    Yup. Power Button wires are connected to the correct pins. I even tried shorting the pins to get boot. (The thing you normally do when you "bench Test" your PC outside the case.



    Thanks for trying though, dissolu. Do you have any other suggestions?

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What about the power supply? I bet it's supply's issue. Otherwise make sure that PWR button wires are connected properly and to the correct terminals of the motherboard

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