I have a abit motherboard KN9 SLI and I can not find the way to connect the sound cables from the case to the motherboard. Speaker port on motherboard it's different from case cables.
Do you know how?
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So after 5 seconds it won't come on again at all, or it runs for 5 seconds each time?
What else do you have running on this computer? I'd suggest disconnecting all non-essential devices (hard drives, all but one memory chip, any expansion cards other than video) - if one of them has a short, they can pull down the power supply (regardless of the condition) and cause it to shut off exactly as you've explained.
Let me know if that makes a difference (it obviously won't boot without a hard drive, but it will get far enough to see if that's the problem).
If that doesn't make a difference, let me know and we'll try something else.
Try checking the jumpers on the motherboard. A lot of the SLI compatible boards have jumpers that need to be configured properly. You can find out the positions by checking the motherboard manual. Are you using an SLI capable video card or is the video onboard? I just ask because I had the same problem once while trying to install an SLI video card. I had no picture on the monitor and I couldn't figure it out for the longest. Finally I found the answer in the motherboard manual and it turned out to be a jumper that was set wrong. Hope this helps.
Are you sure the 4 pin connector is going in correctly? Some motherboards have an 8 pin socket, and the connector can be placed in improperly. The symptoms you describe indicate a dead short on the power line when plugged in.
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