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My intel motherboard is powering but it is not coming on. when i press the power button, the cooling fan rolls for less than a second. what could be wrong with the board?

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  • d_orabe May 04, 2010

    there was no beeping sound when i powered it. yea, i plugged all the necessary cables, also placed in the memory, CPU, power supply. i also plugged the 2 set of wires that goes on the motherboard

  • d_orabe May 07, 2010

    i have done that already. still the same result/ outcome.
    thanks for your suggestion.

  • jkpf May 11, 2010

    Was there any beeping sounds when you power up the motherboard? what else did you plug into the motherboard? memory?, CPU?, Hard drive? Power supply? There is 2 set of wires that goes on the motherboard from the power supply, did you plug both of them in?

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Please clean the duster of your cooling fan

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