Question about MSI 845E Max2 LR Motherboard
If the power switch on the case is shorted out. (Not uncommon), you would get this kind of issue. There are other issues going on here. You should be getting a video display, from what you said your not. That is more of a concern. If you can borrow a PSU & swap yours out that would help. I see no need to buy one because that may not be the root cause for this system. You need to get video. There is a togel switch on the back of the PSU. You do not need to unplug the PSU, just click the switch. There also is a red switch on the PSU. Make sure it is set to 115v. Get back to me here after you try the swap. Best of luck!
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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