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No go This is a new system. I have hooked everything up. The green light glows on the motherboard. I have double checked the connections for the chassis to the motherboard. I have cleared the CMOS using the jumper to ensure that that was not the problem. What could be the problem?

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  • Franklin Ramsey May 11, 2010

    I would ask that you list the components that you are hooking up to the motherboard as one of your problems could be that you are plugging in too much hardware without having a power supply that can handle it (or your power supply could be bad) or you might also be using the wrong type of power supply for the board (some power supplies only plug into the motherboard with a 20 pin connection when a 20 + 4 pin or a 24 + 4 pin is required). Also are you getting any beeps when you are trying to power the unit on?

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Try swapping your videocard to another one, a card that uses the pci slot perhaps. I guess the green lite just provides power ON indication.

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