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The machine powers up but there is no beep to show that the RAM is responding and there is no picture on screen. It's a Foxconn N15235, P4M8907MB. The CPU Fan is running though.

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Motherboard almost certainly faulty.. If you are unable to fault motherboard components then a replacement board is req

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Hello nvukeya

You have described the computer very well in details.

as for the problem what i understand is that the only light coming on at the front of the case is the power light.

From past experience this problem is caused by one of two things.

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While I am sure it is one the above items still you can go through the process of elimination.

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Foxconn manual for a n15235


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