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I have an ASRock AM2NF6G-VSTA motherboard that will not power up. I upgraded the system and powered it up and it ran fine, except I had not received the new upgrade power supply. I received and installed the new power supply and no reaction to pressing the power switch. I reinstalled the old power supply, no power up. I reset the CMOS, no power up. what do I check?

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Check the power supplies you have if it is working well. then reset cmos.
then if it would not power on, your motherboard maybe a deadset (meaning dead/unusable).

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