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I just built a new system and I am having a problem. The motherboard power led lights up but I can not get anything else to start. Any ideas would be welcomed. Thanks

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1. You may have an incompatible power supply.
check the spec for you mother board to see if you power supply is adequate to power your new board. If so .........................
2. check your connection to the new mother board.
If *********** board requires a 400 watts power supply then you may not have enough current / voltage to properly power *********** board.

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