Question about Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD (CPU4266CEL) Motherboard

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Help I have gone through those steps.Took everything out reset CMOS Batt and still have the same problem.Green light on board,but no fans or post beeps.Just dead. Any other suggestions

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These are symptoms of a failing power supply fan that needs to be replaced

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Is the power switch connected properly to the case button ?

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an example above this would prevent it from powering if it has been knocked of the jumper

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