Question about ASUS P5G41M PowerUp Barebone Kit P5G41M LECSM Motherboard Intel Pentium Dual Core E6500 P (890552678293)

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All partsare new. hooked everything up as the manual instructs and it dose not com on at all. I hear that it is getting power because it makes a loud noise,but the fans or any lights do not come on. what am I doing wrong?

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  • vmia19 Oct 05, 2010

    My mother told me that I did not have those wires setup correctly as well. So, I went by the manual. I put the power wire where the manual instructed me too and the same for the rest of the tiny wires, but it still dose not power on.

  • vmia19 Oct 06, 2010

    there is only one way to connect the power wires. What could possibly be defective, Everything is brand spankin new straight out of the box.

  • vmia19 Oct 06, 2010

    there is only one way to connect the power wires. What could possibly be defective, Everything is brand spankin new straight out of the box.

  • vmia19 Oct 07, 2010

    I have another computer to test the fans on. But, that is the only piece I can test because my other computer takes a different memory card. Oh yeah, I can test the CPU as well.



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First, make sure the power pack is well fixed to its correct position on the Motherboard. Also, make sure the RAM is well fixed into its slot.

After this is done, Check the PC case, you will see some tiny wires with black head. These wires will fit into the mother board. Look at the wires closely, you will find PW (power) RESET (reset) etc. You will also find the same on the mother board, so fix them appropriately.

If you fix the power well, once you press power, the fan will roll and the board should come up.

I believe you did not fix the power, reset, etc wires well, that,s why its not coming up.

Cross check your connections and all should be well.

Good luck.

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    Walesarumi Oct 05, 2010


    if the fan doesn't come on, then it means the power wire is not properly connected to the motherboard.

    Do a thorough crosscheck this time around. Or maybe one of the parts you bought is defective.

    Take care.

  • Walesarumi
    Walesarumi Oct 06, 2010

    Can you get someone to borrow you a fan?

    Or, you can test each part on another computer, this will reveal the problem.

    Bye for now.

  • Walesarumi
    Walesarumi Oct 07, 2010

    Okay, test it and let me have the outcome



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