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Motherboard trouble shooting

When first switch on the power button,the power was just operate within a small period of time,then after another try,there's no power at all. when i remove the power switch jumper on the motherboard there is a sound created when i put the power cord on the power supply .

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Re: motherboard trouble shooting

Double check all your case connectors to the motherboard. Use a strong flash light so you can see the markings on the board. All connectors, connect left to right. Check the back of the power supply make sure the red switch is set to 115V. Clear the cmos. Use your manual & find the bios jumper. If you haven't a clue than just remove the battery. Make sure you unplug the power cord from the power supply first. Replace the battery & boot the system. Pay attention to the fan on the cpu, case lights & CD/DVD lights. If you put this system together your self & it is your 1st time please let me know. There could be many other items that will need to be checked before you make too big of a boo boo & kill the board.....

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