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My home build computer

On my h.b.c., the motherboard has been replaced, and will not power on at all. I have checked everything that I can think of, I have even tried another power supply, any suggestions?

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There could be a bad component on the board including the processor.

You should check them all.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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Do you have the video card seated properly?
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Is the ram seated properly?
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Is the CPU seated properly using the CPU golden triangle to the socket corner small triangle?

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power supply will be less expensive do try to get it replaced first

do check that monitor iss fine
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