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Posted by Anonymous on
I told another guy the same thing about a different board. Samsung doesn't even acknowledge mother boards because they sell generic boards to pc makers. Best way is to take the power wire from the case & start at the pins closest to you on the front panel connectors (fpnl on the board) & try each set of pins one at a time until it turns on when you hit the power switch. The reset is usually right across from the power. I've had to do this numerous times,so don't worry about frying anything.
Posted on May 17, 2010
Posted on Feb 27, 2017
Try to put the power switch parallel or across each slot if the front panel connector until it turn on. don't worry it will not fry anything.
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