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Can´t turn on the computer afte changing the MOBO...does not happend any thing...can see there is light in the keybord...but thats that. MOBO is ASRock ALIVENF6G-VSTA AM2 1000FSB MATX Could it be the PCU or am i missing something...followed the manual and all the cabels should be in order.

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Yah thats very possible, think you have problems with your processor/cooling fan for the processor, remove your processor cooling fan and fix it properly if it does not work, change it and as well check your processor am 100% sure you problems revolves around you processor and its cooling fan thanks

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