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Motherboard manual needed

On/off switch connector came disconnected from motherboard, I dont know where to reconnect. Also pc wouldnt power up. I replaced power supply to no avail.

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  • gube May 29, 2008

    either K8NGM2 H or MS7207

    everything is all connected properly, but the pc wont turn on. brand new power supply in place but when I push the power button, the fans kick for a brief moment and thats it.

  • gube May 29, 2008

    no beeps. I wasnt able to turn the pc on for about a week, until last night after I took it apart and blew all the dust out. I plugged it back in and it fired right up. when I went to turn it on again this morning, the problem was back. Hence the new power supply.

  • gube May 29, 2008

    AMD

  • gube May 29, 2008

    Well I finally figured out what was going on. My nvidia



    e-GeForce 6600 256 MB video card was the culprit. I removed the card and my pc fired right up. Now I have to figure out how to flash the BIOS so it will read the onboard video card instead of the above mentioned card. Any suggestions out there? Thanks

  • gube May 29, 2008

    My problem now though is there is no video output to the monitor. I am going to have to reset the BIOS another way, hopefully so it will revert back to the original on board video card.

  • Chris Hall May 11, 2010

    are you getting any beeps?

  • Chris Hall May 11, 2010

    whats the model number of the MSI motherboard?

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Amd or Pentium?

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  • Chris Hall May 29, 2008

    hmmm seems like something is happening before the motherboard can post. Kinda like something isn't plugged in right or there is a short somewhere.



    It always helps to take it apart again and put it back together.

  • Chris Hall May 29, 2008

    good to hear youve figured it out. On the bios problem you gonna be looking for something to do with video and it has a setting thats gonna ask where you want the computer to look for video first and you just set it to onboard.



    the setting is usually under advanced settings

  • Chris Hall May 29, 2008

    it should auot default back to onboard for the bios screen

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