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NO Power up at all, Nothing!

Im not getting any Power signs at At, its not even attempting to boot, I took the memory out and still the same problem, Its completely DEAD! i have the right jmper setting, but when i turn on the switch on, the green light is still off. i check the manual and i found out that may setting is correct. there is still no output on the monitor and the light led on my keyboard didn't blink also... help me please! F1....

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  • phalitao Apr 22, 2008

    thanks mike for the assistance... i will immediately try your solution. thanks FixYa!

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Phalitao, you need to check you're power supply it may be bad.
No PC or notebook will boot without memory. However in your case I would recheck all power connections from the power supply to the board. Remove & reseat all power connections.
Please use you're manual help guide you. Also on the back of you're power supply (on most PSU's), there is a Red slide switch. Please make sure it is set to 115v & not 220v. After all this checking & you do not see life from the board, suggest you replace the power supply with a min wattage of 400w. Or borrow a PSU of 350w or better.

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Good Luck!

Mike

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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