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Will not start up green light on the power supply is on, However not flashing, All compositors are good.....hellllllp

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Is anything happening when you turn the switch off and on again?

If not you may be hanging on the BIOS somewhere.

Been "fiddling" around?

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Power Supply good? -> NO

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