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Gigabyte 815G Motherboard

motherboard not getting switching on, Power god signal not coming to SMPS.
SMPS checked and found serviceable.
even tried with other serviceable SMPS
tried by removing CMOS battery and other all accessories also
even the LED on m/b not gtg on.

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  • chanderson12 Aug 31, 2008

    Mother board not powering up no beep nothing , but the power supply fan runs. not so bright at this but if someone can instruct I can follow.


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>> take out the RAM and switch on the system even thought if you don't get beep then
>>>> take out the Bios battery and switch on , if here also you don't get
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