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.."doesn;t turn on power good...." do any lights on the pc illuminate was it working before, and did it close down correctly has it possibly been hit by lightning have you recently opened the case to install new hardware?
Possible causes of a failed power up. dead power supply a video card not seated in its slot correctly dud motherboard motherboard installed incorrectly no Bios battery on motherboard faulty wall switch faulty power pack switch no ram installed
The new boards multiplex the connectors on the back panel to maximize use. Open the Realtek control panel and configure for sterio 2.1. Also, these new boards do not provide any power drive, so to get decent volume, you will need amplified speakers.
You could possibly have a problem with the switch on the actual case. What you can try to prove this is trace to the motherboard fro the front panel the wires for the switch. Remove the connection off the motherboard and using a small flat screwdriver "short" the connection for those 2 pins. If the system then starts up you know you have a bad switch.
On another note the keyboard port could have caused the board to suffer "damage". I have experieced (25 years of this) keyboards stopping a system from booting. They would power up but never get to POST.
Is this motherboard the same that we are working on for the sound driver?
Hi, one quick thing you can check is to see if the cable running from the power switch is plugged onto the right pins on the motherboard, it will most likerly say (pwr btn) next to the pins or something like that, it may also need to be a certain way round.Let me know what the outcome is if no good we can try something else. hope this has helped. Thanks
have had motherboards become static choked, and all you can do if this is the case is to leave it plugged in to power supply, but turned off, for a day or two. don't know if it works with laptops, but sure works great with "dead" motherboards.
Hi, dont loose faith.
If you look on your mother board along the edge closest to the front of the case you will see a series of pins, usualy about 10 pins.
Printed on the board will be the names of the plugs that match. The wires from the front of the case have corresponding names.
The power and reset switch will work no matter witch way around you put them.
The HDD led and the pwr led will only work one way so if these lights dont work, just reverce the plugs. If desperate you can bridge two pins together at a time until you get the on/off switch. Note you cant hurt anything unless you use a hammer.