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After changing power supply, motherboard still doesn't start

My motherboard doesn't start even with the new power supply, and it's only light up the led lamp in the middle of the board

please help me....

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Asus huh.. okay your problem is one of the following ^_^
1- either the CPU Fan is not attached well or loos, that will cause the CPU to melfunction
2- BIOS damaged, well if the mother beard doesn't start at all then this is your problem, Change the BIOS at any ASUS local agent
3- CPU damaged, if the computer fan starts working but the screen doesn't and you are suer the fan is tightly and correctly attached.. then this problem remains in CPU.. @_@ I really hope its not.

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