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Dell motherboard I have a green led on my moerboard beside the power connector and it came on

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  • randyofweirs Sep 26, 2008

    my computer wont boot "no boot drive found". There is a green led that is lit near the SATA cable input. Do they have anything to do with each other or should i just buy a new hard drive. i can get other hard drives to boot in the same connector.

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Whats the problem?

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While I wait for your reply, in the meantime unplug the power cable to the optical drive (CD/DVD drive), and the harddrive.
Remove the Ram Memory.

Plug the computer back into power. Motherboard LED light on?
We are removing some devices that require power, to see if the motherboard LED power light comes on.

Hold the phone..............or are you referencing to the Green LED light that is on the back of the Power Supply?

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=bph06788&tmp_task=solveCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&lc=en&product=432786

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