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CPU is not getting started

When i turned on the power supply,spikeguard fuse blowned and i heard a sound from back of my cabinet.i called technician to check it ,he said that my smps is not working.i changed it & now too its not working.suggest me how to check my smps is working properly or not.also is there any board or processor problem occured or is there a problem with startup button on cabinet? plz help me out on this.i have mercury 845 chipset motherboard.

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In SMPS 20 pin Connector please short the green and black wire with a twisterand on the smps. if the fan is rotating then the smps is ok

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