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U can jump the two headers on the motherboard where u supposed to connect the power switch button. If the lights come on the mb when u hook everything up shows that is getting power. No response from the power switch would have me questioning if I attached the front panel cables correctly.

Either way.
Bump for more possible causes and solutions.
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Thanks and + rep (when i get back on pc) for all the help.

Figured out the issue. Caselabs had a few extra mb mounting screws that I did not remove. They were hitting the board causing it to ground out. Woo thats a new one.
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Originally Posted by cleaner450 View Post
Thanks and + rep (when i get back on pc) for all the help.

Figured out the issue. Caselabs had a few extra mb mounting screws that I did not remove. They were hitting the board causing it to ground out. Woo thats a new one.
Glad you got it sorted out!
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Originally Posted by fuloran1 View Post
glad you got it sorted out!
+1
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