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I have this motherboard and it won't post. The HD light stays on but does not appear to be spinning. I swapped HD's...same problem. I think the MB is bad. Any suggestions on what to check next?

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If the mother board will not complete the POST, (Power On Self Test) changing the drive will have no effect. You might want to remove all memory and check again ... your memory could be causing the problem. Remove all boards and attachments except mouse, keys and monitor of course so you can see what is going on.

If it will not POST, get another board.

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