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Power problems my computer wont turn so and i think the plugs are connected in the wrong plugs that connect into the mother board

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  • Tarry101 May 06, 2008

    any help would be appreacicated asap

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Hi Tarry101,
Can not help you because you have not listed the model name of the motherboard & the model number. You can find this on the mother board. Depending on the age of the board the model number will be written on the board, usually written in white lettering. (Example), "Asus P4XP-X or AOpend VKM400Am-S".
If you have the manual for the motherboard you can find the model number there.
When you do find the model number click the Ask Me button under my nickname & I'll go over the connections for you.

Mike

Posted on May 06, 2008

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Cause: No power from the computer can be caused by any of the below possibilities.
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  4. Incorrect power supply.
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