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I have a foxconn base unit and i have had to move the motherboard into a new case however when i plug all the wires onto the motherboard its not switching on have i plugged the wires in correctly or could the motherboard have blown ?

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Plz check take out *********** board and keep a paper below and try to boot, if it is booting then your motherboard is touching with some metal part, if not then check the power supply, if it is ok then *********** board is gone

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