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No power when i power it on no thing happen except that cpu fan tries to move then stop and the power supply stop too thank u for reading my proplem

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Re: No power

If you have no short causing this you probably have a fried motherboard. When was the last time it was working?

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1) Check CMOS clear jumper JP1 (JBAT1 on some systems). Set for CLEAR for 5 seconds, then move back.
2) Check CPU host clock jumpers (if any) are properly set. Note: does not control memory bus.
3) Check your power supply. Should be 110/115v for North America.
4) Unplug all data cables for IDE and FDD from the motherboard.
5) Unplug all power supply cables attaching to your IDE and FDD drives.
6) Remove all cards and devices EXCEPT for video, RAM, CPU, CPU heatsink/FAN.
7) Move memory into a different bank, if available.
8)Unplug the CPU and reattach.
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11) Retest.
12) If 1-11 do not help power off and test the motherboard outside the computer case to eliminate a case/motherboard power short.
13) Retest. If the board now works check for case problems. If the system still is not working continue…
14) You may have a possible hardware problem. Any device in the system may be a possible culprit. Use process of elimination to determine the cause. Swap out as many components as possible starting with RAM, CPU, POWER SUPPLY, VIDEO CARD (if present) and/or MOTHERBOARD.

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I think your power supply cables is not able to start your B-board if your power supply is working properly then check mother board jack where you insert your power supply plug in M-board. Then you have to change or repair that jack where you insert power supply wire in M-board. With best regards M. Khalid Shaikh from Pakistan Mobile: +92-332-2631983

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