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No power up

PC did not power up. Replaced the ps with BFG 800w. Now the system attempts to power up but the fans only pulse and pc still does not boot. Motherboard gone bad??

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Check the cmos reset jumper and check the case switch then.. I would look on the jumper positions for the case and short the PWR SW to see if the case switch is messed up. Then make sure to check all the peripherals.. remove them and re-install... make sure the memory is set in properly. Try to boot without any drives plugged in to see if any drives might be bad.

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