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When I turn on my pc all i get are the led lights on my tower...

I have this motherboard: asrock775vm800 and when I push the power button to turn it on all the led lights come on like its booting but other than that i get nothing...help me please...

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If you have the manual see the led instructions to what or where your going to insert the led wires from the case to the motherboard led slots. maybe you put it on the wrong slot. hope that helps!


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