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Motherboard not powering up

Tested the mobo on the bench with a power supply and monitor, powered up o.k. and looked at the bios setup. Installed the mobo into my case, connected all the power leads (with the power supply in the case) and all the cables, etc. Mobo did not power up. Nothing happens at all, no fans start. Pulled out mobo and tried it on the bench again, with the power supply I used to test it before on the bench, and the same problem. It still doesn't power up. Has anyone had this problem before?

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Check the smps its purely smps problem

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

  • srinu babu Jul 26, 2008

    The problem is due to eitther problem in RAM or Problem of SMPS. Please replace with anothter RAM and check if the problems persists, then change the SMPS..the problem be get vanished.,. if still u feel it...definatley it would be the internal defect of the MB...just call to the customer service of ur MOBO vendor and sat serial no and AA number then they will pick up ur mother board.....



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