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Board power up failure

My pc wont has a prob,i pluugged it and the standby led on the board turns on,........the power led turns on wen the power button is pressed,but the fans turn on for a while then turns off and nothing happens.......pls help me,i do apreciate any help you can give.....

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Well the say never answer a question with a question, so i will simply post 2 answers.

1. If you built the PC yourself, you may need to look at power requirements for this particular motherboard and perhaps transplant the board into a case with a larger power supply.
(ie: 300, 350 watt power supply or better )

2. If this is an older PC and someone else built it for you, you may need to consider that power supply units do burn out in time and may need to be replaced.

The power LED simply means there is power coming to the light itself, but may not be enough to sustain an entire motherboard and components etc.
This to me sounds very much like either the power supply is too small or burned out.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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