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I plug the PS to mainboard just small green light s on no power appearently to other parts of mother board wat should i do? :(

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Did you plug in both the main psu plug, 20 or 20+4 plug and the 4 or 8 pin plug? The main is usually near the front of the motherboard and the 4 or 8 is near the cpu socket. Both must be connected in order to supply power to the board. Hope this helps.

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