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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Z32 View Post
I am thinking differently.
  • It may not be on the right pins
  • Check your power supply cables to motherboard and cpu.

The polarity of the power button probably doesn't matter, just bridging two pins. someone can easily verify that.
Well the OP said: "the reset button and LED's all work fine but its the power button" in his first post so I don't know if he actually bridged the pins to turn it on initially or not.
post #12 of 13
the PWR_SW doesnt have a + and - since its just completing the circuit to turn on the PC i had the same problem and it was the wires had become do soldered from the actual switch
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The Prodigy
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
[AMD] Athlon II x2 255 [Gigabyte] GA-78LMT-SP2 [Onboard] ATI Radeon 3000 [Crucial] Ballistix 8GB (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
[Western Digital] Blue 320GB [Maxtor] 320GB soon to be adding 4TB from WD Red [Lite-On] DVD Player/Burner 
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Hartk1213 View Post
the PWR_SW doesnt have a + and - since its just completing the circuit to turn on the PC i had the same problem and it was the wires had become do soldered from the actual switch
Lets hope it's not this scenario with the OP.

OP - we're here and will try our best to help so please don't hesitate to ask more questions.

Also, can you somehow provide us with an interior photo of your computer (of the motherboard) so that we may possibly ascertain what motherboard you have in there?
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