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Powering up issue

I have 2 of these cases and when properly connected to 2 different motherboards I get zero, nothing, notta. I jumped pin 4 and 7 and the power supply fires up. Anyone have a wiring diagram for the power supply so I can see if it matches my motherboard? It should be industry standard but I am at wits end trying to figure this out

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Only guess I have is unplug the 4 pin connector from the MB if you used it, I had that problem with an Abit nf7-s, no joy until I found out the extra 4 from a 24 pin is NOT what hooks to the 12V boost connector on the MB when you only have a 20 pin main hook-up.
Sorry if this doesn't help.

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pcsyke_138.jpg

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If you want to download the Manual for your Motherboard, I've included the link below. Otherwise I will provide a rough diagram of the Panel header for connecting your case to the Motherboard.
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=422&DetailName=New&DetailDesc=&CategoryID=1&MenuID=6&LanID=0


[2][4][6][8][10]
[1][3][5][7][ 9 ]

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+ = 1
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+ = 2
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you better go to last resource directly:

1. disassemble the system completely and take the mother out the case... Give it a perfect cleaning.
2. place the mother over a wood table or something like that (mother without anything but the cpu).
NOTE: if you are running onboardvideo do not connect external video board... if you are using external videoboard and do not have onboard video, you might have problems on the board... so you could need another one).
3. just connect RAM and power supply (the power supply must be out of case, placed over the table too and well connected to mother and to power line.
4. power on the system by jumping the pins on the motherboard... you can find them under the identification front pannel or something like that deppending on the model... just the pins that normally you attach to the cables that leads to the buttons on the front of the case. (use a screwdriver and do not touch anything on the motherboard with your hand if its connected to powerline).

then, and after trying vga adapter if you have one and trying rams one by one in different socks... you will know that if the system never boots up, you have hardware problems, either on mother, ram and less probably, power supply or very rarely cpu...

g luck, in this cases... better go live chat...

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