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Motherboard my pc is maybe shorted due of it starts whenever i plug it in with out the power switch? and it has no view on the monitor

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    Parrish Colman May 11, 2010

    Sorry,please explain more clearly.

    " whenever i plug it in with out the power switch? and it has no view on the monitor "

    You will need power !


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