Question about Biostar MCP6PB M2+ Motherboard
Check to make sure your Power supply hasn't taken a partial death.
You can take it to your local best buy - Computer store. Test it first!
A partial failure from your power supply will only power some of your system. (fans)
If the power supply tests pass. Then you might be looking at a board ISSUE!
Check all the Capacitors on the board and see if any of them HAVE popped.
PICTURE of a Blown cap!
These would be the first items to check on - the most common.
Good luck and Hopefully it's just the power supply. New Egg.com
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Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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