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My dfi mini itx MI P55-T36 will not boot. I get a blank screen; no bios failure code;board standby LED is green; memory LED is green; case fan does not always spin. Memory checks out ok; hard drive spins up; CPU fan spins; graphics card checks out ok; slim optical drive works out ok; have cleared/reset cmos; power supply checks out ok; have replaced system battery; have resated CPU and fan/heatsink assembly. I think the CPU may have failed since the motherboard appears to be working. Please help. Thank you, Ian Gelsthorpe.

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Seems like your motherboard has burn out, you should get new one.

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