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Screen won't display,

When i boot up i can see by the flickering led's that it's running but nothing on screen, i have replaced the motherboard and processor, but still it won't stay on, it comes on for a second then goes off, windows log on shows for a second then goes off, it won't stay on long enough to even type my password, but if i type my password youcan see the pc working, i'am at a total loss

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Did you plug in the 4-pn 12v_ATX connector loacated on the board near the CPU? Ya got to have this or your the CPU will stop you in your tracks.

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