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System Unit Hello! I had a problem regarding my System Unit. The problem is i can't boot in. System goes on for second then goes off. I check my PSU it's okey and work properly with other computer.. Do you think the problem is with my motherboard as per my findings? Thank's for the help you can make.... Celeron 2.8 Ghz Gigabyte 8s661fxm-775 80 gigs Hdd

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Hi,

U clear the cmos by putting jumper in clear position,then check it once

If the same problem arises the motherboard is the problem.


Pl try it



Regards

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