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It won't turn on

I have got everything in in the right places an all
and theres a lil green LED that has come on so im guessing thats a good sign and i have changed the power supply and still it just not seems to do anything when i push the power button, you got anything i can try to fix it ?
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Reset your bios by removing the battery on the moutherboard and disconnecting the power cord from the back of the pc. If three is a jumper you can short to rese the bios (check our manual) do that too after you have removed the battery and power cord. Let it sit for a bit and then come back, put the jumper back in it's original possition, put the battery back in and the power cable.

Newer motherboards detect a power supply change.

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Please use you're manual help guide you. Also on the back of you're power supply (on most PSU's), there is a Red slide switch. Please make sure it is set to 115v & not 220v. After all this checking & you do not see life from the board, suggest you replace the power supply with a min wattage of 400w. Or borrow a PSU of 350w or better.

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