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System failed cpu test

Getting a system failed cpu test only when installed in a case will work just fine if out of case

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    on the top or the bottom of the board??

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I think the problem is the mounting screw of the motherboard to the casing is grounded. You need to put some plastic insulator to the metal screw to avoid the grounded in the board.

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