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P8P67 Pro no post No boot device LED even with HDD and SSD or either one plugged in

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As the title says I can't get mine to post with No boot device being the issue it seems.
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Have you tried to build the computer outside of the case? Remount all connections including remounting the CPU and heatsink.

build the PC on a piece of wood or something to rule out shorts. If it still doesn't work aside from memory, you may have a bad motherboard.

Could be power supply as well.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x 64gb ADATA SSD RAID0 + 2x 4 TB spinners 2x Asus DVD+RW Swiftech Watercooling 360 rad mcp655 win 7 x64 Ubuntu x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
3x DELL S2740L 27'' IPS screens  Logitech G15 Corsair 1000 Watt Modular CM Stacker 810 
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Logitech G9 OCZ Behemoth 
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Okay there was an rather simple solution. Plug in either one into the marvel controller and you were done. I than decided to disable the marvel controller in BIOS and plug them into intel and everything works as it should now.
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