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Don´t star my Asus P5S800-VM

8 monts a go i had to transport my cpu several times, until one day at home it refuces to start the only thing it did when I press the power button the prossesor fan just turn a couple laps and it stops after unplug he power cord and plug it back on did the same couple laps on the fan, i thought that the motherboard was dead and forgot about it, until yesterday when i saw the same problem on diferent pc and i did remplace the cmos batery and fix the problem so i run bac to my dead pc and did the same and went back to life after 8 monts, running nice for 30 min then a fk cabinet drawer hit on the pc cabinet and went off again i try to turn back on and i had the same simphtoms than 8 monts ago, i did remplace the batery, crear the cmos using the clear jumpers, and i could´t`turn it back.

and Im gonna leave it w/out cmos batery a couple days so all the power inside the motherboard os gone and power it back on and see.

if one of you guys know whats wrong on my pc please some advice i don´t know what to do. (i know taht the best way is to get a new moherboard but to easy for us dont you thing?)

sorry about my typing im from another county and my english sucks..
hope you understand

best regards

Sergio R.

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Try this
Remove side of case and check that everything is set in properly
Probably with moving it around and the final bump has loosened something
CPU. Video card. Memory ETC

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