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My CPU Fan and Power Fan is spinning just a moment!! firstly , i check RAM, CPU Fan and CPU and then Power Supply... but all of parts are good !!! i think , this problem is possible because of my motherboard. Please Advice Me!!

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It's not the RAM.
It's not the CPU.
It's not the power-supply.
Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the power-cord.
Disconnect the power/data cables from the 3.5" diskette drive, the disk-drive, and the CD-ROM drive.
Disconnect the mouse.
Disconnect any printer.
Remove any USB devices.
Reconnect the power-cord.
Turn the computer on.

If you still have the problem, then it MUST be the motherboard.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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