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Ibm 915 motherboard

I have a ibm pc at my shop i wont use it for one month after that i on it but it wont start just give power light for some sec again get off than again power light that same i unplug all the cables and replug the cables all are same

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Ok what i think that u need tyo do is first check the power supply have it checked to make sure it is performing correctly then i would do like you did but i would plug only 1 thing at a time and see how it acts kind of like a process of elimination also you may want to check the battery to make sure that it is still good ok please keep me posted i can give you a lot more ideas if you need them ok best regards mike

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