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If the fan is not working first you have to test the smps remove the smps connector from the motherboard and short the green and black pin it he smps fan is working then the smps is fine coneect the smps connector to the motherbord and switch on the computer still not working then remove the four pin connector from the smps and restart your computer if irts working the problem is in your motherboar

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