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I understand now that you really checked out that power supply. Before we rule out a dead mobo, you should make sure the on off switch on the computer case is not broken.
Look on your mobo and find the power switch leads from your case power button to your mobo and remove them. Short out these two pins with a small screw driver and see if computer goes on.
If that fails, and you checked your memory and CPU, then well, R.I.P. motherboard.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
The cause may be fried motherboard
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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