Question about Intel D865GVHZ Motherboard
It has one green light illuminating on the mother board. has power on the green and purple wires at the 20 pin mother board connector at 5v each. I assume the yellow and/or red wires that connect to everything from the power supply are supposed to have some voltage on them when plugged in but they do not. The fuse is good in the power supply case but i assume it could still be faulty. thanks
The yellow wire carry 12 volt while the red one is 5 volt. But to check the voltage you have to unplugged all the four wires connectors (yelow, black, black red) and measure them one by one. If you say that they don't have any voltage on them then you have a faulty power supply. Replace it to solve the problem.
But if during unplugged your have the correct voltage read then it could be one of your device faulty. Normally your CD-ROM drive or floppy drive or HDD.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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