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I replaced my hard drive, and upgraded my cpu and in the process of replacing them had issues with my Power SW, Power LED and H.D.D. LED wires. I seemingly figured it out and powered up the computer however it is not working properly. At first the cpu cooling fan came on then stopped and has not come on since. So as of now when I power up I see the DVD drive is working, I can see power to the keyboard but only the power supply fan works and there is no output to the monitor. Anyone have an idea of what is wrong?

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It probably is the power-supply, if the CPU-fan does not spin.
Try a different power-supply.

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