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P35 Neo2 fails to power up

I have just installed a Neo2 intel board, new 600w psu, new 2gb OCZ pltinum 6400DDR2, new Sata HDD, new E6550 cpu and new XFX 8400GS video.
When applying power the standby mode LED3 is lit but nothing else happens. Hitting the power switch causes the bank of leds to flash but nothing, holding the pwer switch on for 4+ seconds also has no effect.
How do I get this board out of standby mode???
Thanks
Stephen

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  • Clippy46 May 27, 2008

    Mellomania,

    Thanks Yes tried that, its actually a button on this board.

    Also tried unplugging all power conncetions except the CPU, main board connector and PCIE. Again it still sits dormant.

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Try to clear cmos here is the way if u dont know:
get to the jumper next to the mainboard try to change its position for 3 seconds then put it back to its normal position.
start the computer , enter setup and save defaults.

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