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The College boy's desk top rig has bit the dust. He had a bunch of USB stuff hooked up to it with a hub. High dollar usb head set $$. He had said it started getting low voltage errors. No surprise with all junk hooked up to it.
Never OC'd gaming rig College dorm style. Specs as follows. Please excuse my writing styling it is all my own, not on propose

(Motherboard) P5N32E sli new in 2007
(PROC)E6800 Wolfdale
(PSU)Enermax 720
(RAM)Corsair 800
I've tested the video card, good gtx 285, in my i7 rig.

The Board is out of the case on the table. One stick of ram, vid card, and the processor and the PSU. I have the green light on the board, nothing else.
Its dead. Wont turn on. I checked the fuse in the PSU is good. All the warranties are out dated.
I have read there is a way to jumper the 24 pin, to check the psu. It makes the fans come on. I will check the battery. I have cleared the cmos, no help.
Changed video slots, no help, changed ram sticks, no help. DEAD BOARD.
I might buy another board still a lot of good parts.
Any help on how to jumper that 24 pin will be appreciated.
t/y
DrFPS aka Bob Miller
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The College boy's desk top rig has bit the dust. He had a bunch of USB stuff hooked up to it with a hub. High dollar usb head set $$. He had said it started getting low voltage errors. No surprise with all junk hooked up to it.
Never OC'd gaming rig College dorm style. Specs as follows. Please excuse my writing styling it is all my own, not on propose

(Motherboard) P5N32E sli new in 2007
(PROC)E6800 Wolfdale
(PSU)Enermax 720
(RAM)Corsair 800
I've tested the video card, good gtx 285, in my i7 rig.

The Board is out of the case on the table. One stick of ram, vid card, and the processor and the PSU. I have the green light on the board, nothing else.
Its dead. Wont turn on. I checked the fuse in the PSU is good. All the warranties are out dated.
I have read there is a way to jumper the 24 pin, to check the psu. It makes the fans come on. I will check the battery. I have cleared the cmos, no help.
Changed video slots, no help, changed ram sticks, no help. DEAD BOARD.
I might buy another board still a lot of good parts.
Any help on how to jumper that 24 pin will be appreciated.
t/y
DrFPS aka Bob Miller
Did you try taking out the battery and clear cmos for 10 - 15 minutes? Then put it back. This happened to my Asus P5Q Pro Turbo. Would not turn on, while still the green light was lith at the mobo. tried jumping cmos, didn't help. Until I removed battery and cleared for 15 minutes. It fired right up again.
    
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Did you try taking out the battery and clear cmos for 10 - 15 minutes? Then put it back. This happened to my Asus P5Q Pro Turbo. Would not turn on, while still the green light was lith at the mobo. tried jumping cmos, didn't help. Until I removed battery and cleared for 15 minutes. It fired right up again.

Did that. Didn't help, still dead. Thanks for trying..
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OCZ SSD raid0 samsung Win 7 Samsung 
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Enermax rev 1050 Stacker 832 
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i7 4770k ASUS MAXIMUS VI EVGA master blaster Corsair Vengence  
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
OCZ SSD raid0 samsung Win 7 Samsung 
PowerCase
Enermax rev 1050 Stacker 832 
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