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My asrock mother board doesnt turn on i tryied reseting the cmos, jump starting from the board i check the power supply im fresh out of ideas

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Hello,
Try chaning the bios battery to a new one. Then leave it plugged in for a little while and try starting it up. If it still doesn't come on, then it's down to either the motherboard or the processor. If the processor is bad, the motherboard will not power up. Also, check the motherboard to see if there are any signs of swollen capacitors or burnt items on it.

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Lolita

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Now I must use a VERY broad brush to help!

Have a NEW and FRESH CR2032 Battery ready... because it's a dang shame to finally get access to the battery and not replace it with a new one!

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Some CMOS batteries have tiny connectors and sometimes they are soldered in: See Photo 2 ONLY and also note the ACID leak!

Those tabs are spot-welded to the battery... Try your best to AVOID stress at the tab and mother board entry point. With GREAT CARE, the metal TABS on the battery body can be torn from the battery body. SOLDER your replacement battery to what is left of the tabs. This saves PULLING the entire mother board ~ NO FUN!

3. After removing the battery ~ With great care, touch or jumper the + Clip with the - Clip to help discharge any remaining voltages (in electrolytic capacitors).

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that happend to me aswell, coz the asus motherboard are like that.
1st unplug all the cabels from the mother board like, harddrive ID and Cd-room ID, leave just the power supply on and try to start Your computer if it doesnt work take off the cabels of USB or anything else that is connected in the motherboard and try to switch it on, if that doesnt work.

get another graphic card and try with it maybe u have prob with ur graphic card, and if that doesnt work take of the motherboard from ur case and try to switch it on like that coz ASUS MOTHERBOARD are really silly sometimes.
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check conections, did you isolated bolts while you ware inserting mother board? check condensators on mother board if there are some leeks... if this is the case ,,, buy a new mother board? is mother board new?

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go to the following site
http://www.asrock.com/mb/manual.asp?Model=K7S41GX&s=462

download the user manual(not quick installation guide) and check page no 7 or content 1.3 to get the jumper pins to reset the motherboard.
just short those pins and the cmos settings will be gone.

another simple method is just remove the battery and wait for 5 min and again plugin the battery.
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First make sure you have disconnected everything from the mother board...all cards removed, unplug anything on the board such as external fans and so on.
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Test it then for a short time, if the same thing, then proceed.

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Try to reset the CMOS, remove the Battery on your motherboard, its like a silver flat coin, or if you can locate the RESET Jumper, just move the jumper to short. Then try booting-up your system again.

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