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The mother board will not post nor will the display initialize on a X7DVL-I Supermicro board.

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Is the on/off button on the front of the computer-casing broken?
Take a volt-meter, and run a continuity-test.

Are the two wires from that button both properly connected to a pair of pins on the motherboard? If you disconnect the wires from those pins, and use a metal screwdriver to very briefly "short" the two pins, to simulate the pushing of the ON/OFF button, does the motherboard post? Do fans start to spin, or at least "twitch" a few degrees?

Have you tried a different power-supply?

Is there any lamp on the motherboard that lights-up anytime that
the power-supply is connected to AC power? Is that lamp on?

Posted on Nov 19, 2009


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