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Shut down my motherboard does not come on. one day it shut down. i have checked the powersupply and it still works. I have took out all of the cards and start using the motherboard. the only thing that is attached to the mother board is th vga card. I also tried changing the vga to a pic video card. what else can i do cmealso

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Did u check the memory card clean the surface if its ok contact a chip level engineer because u might have problem with ur power section in ur mother board

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