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No power My pc turned itself off and just died on me.I replaced the psu but no joy. I I plug in a usb mutil plug it will light up however the machine itself will not I have been advised this is likely to be the motherboard finished but the person who advised has not seen or tested the machine.

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  • david244 Aug 08, 2008

    Thanks for all your suggestions,I stripped the whole thing down and as a last resort I reassembled using the the old psu and to my amazement it is running faster and quieter to be honest I dont know what I have done but the machine is fine and has been running without a hitch for over a week so I must assume it was a connection problem



    Thanks again

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If you have changed and confirmed the psu and after that no power, then do a final test.
by the way, have u plug the power switch,reset switch, hdd led connector, power on led connector in the right pins on the motherboad. confirm it with the help of user manual , also mentioned in the motherboard too.
if all are in the right positions, and system still not working then do a final test.
remove all the power, data cables for all devices like cdrom,hdd,dvd etc. just plug the power plug of psu inside the motherboard and check. remove the ram too. the supply fan and processor fan should run without ram. but it should give a continuous on and off beeps.
if after removing all this, its still not working then it is surely dead.

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