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Gateway gt4016 no blue light at startup on pc

I have troubleshoot this to the barebone, starting with taking hardware out, bought a new psu, boot up with minimum hardware plug-in, all i can think about now is the mother board, but everything starts up fine, i just dont hear post & the blue power light button on the front of the pc does not light up.  i want to hear some opinions before i go and purchase a new MB.
thanks.

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  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2007

    the computer does not boot onto windows at all.

  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2007

    done all that, new psu, it was working fine, i have tested everything im 99.9% is my MB, just wanted to hear some more opinions. is a gateway gt4016 straight from gateway. i have order a MB already, thank you for your responses thou.

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If the MB is working fine then the power light could just be out

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Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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    steven beasley Nov 01, 2007

    Ok I did some research and your MB might need to be replaced, but first check the psu to make sure it is installed correctly.

    It's hard to say with out seeing what you have, but what did it do before you opened the case? If it worked fine then the new Psu could be incompatible or "too much" for the MB to handle.

    Reply back and let me know what you have inside exactly.

    I will try my best to figure this one out for you.

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