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System wont power on unless mb power connector on mb is reset

Constant blinking green light from power supply, when system wont boot.

Disconnect power -- diconnect the mb pwr connector -- plug in pwr - solid green light -- sys will pwr on. only the HD is connected no cd-rom , dvd, working with onboard video etc..

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By mb pwr connector do you mean the swich on the pc case that you press to turn it on or do you mean the large block connector form the power supply ?

If you mean the case switch then you have a faulty one that is sendinga constant signal and locking up the power supply

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