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New power supply does not it the motherboard

New power source does not work store where i bought power pak says it may be the motherboard do i know if the mother board in not operatable..also the supply is rated for higher then my original wattage could that have something to do with it

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If the mother board is not receiving proper voltage to power up it may be that the boards internal regulator has failed.
You stated that the power supply (new) is rated higher than that of the mother board this will not work because you are inputting more current that the board will handle and this can cause further damage.
I suggest purchasing another mother board with higher specifications if your cabinet will allow it .

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Well there are two ways to to figure out which item is broken first you can hook up the power supply and test the pins in the plug with a voltage tester to see if it has power. I do not recommend this approach if you are unsure of what you are doing the voltage coming from a computer power supply is very dangerous. the second thing you could do is attach a different power supply to *********** board if ti works the mother board is good and it your power supply that is busted. Also make sure to check the back of the power supply and make sure it is set to 110 and 220 voltage because this can cause your power supply to not function correctly. It will be a little red switch on the back that says 110v on one side of it and 220v on the other.

I hope this helped.

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Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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