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post #21 of 41
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Yeh, the fans have the molex-fan adapters, tried both directions for power switch wire, how do i jump the power header, the motherboard manual doesn't say where it is. I know how to though.

its where you plug in the power button header. just short the 2 pins with a pair of pliers or something
post #22 of 41
Why do i feel like he has the power button switch wrong?Do this..plug in a molex-to fan..plug a fan into it.pull the power button switch+24_pin+8-pin out..then jump power on the 24-pin with a paperclip..see if the fan turns on(Green to black)
I'd use some rubber-handled pliers..just to be safe.
 
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post #23 of 41
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Still nothing headscratch.gif
post #24 of 41
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Doing that now.
post #25 of 41
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Still nothing...sadsmiley.gif

Do I need to use the adapter, I just realised that I can take it off and connect it directly to the motherboard instead of the power supply and the motherboard.
post #26 of 41
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Anymore suggestions? I still can't see any reason as to why it doesn't turn on at all.
post #27 of 41
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The power supply to motherboard 24 pin and the 8 pin connectors are definitely in place, the CPU fan connector is firmly in place so is the RAM and video card, the PSU is on and connect to the mains,and the motherboard is mounted properly. What the hell could it be?
post #28 of 41
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The power supply to motherboard 24 pin and the 8 pin connectors are definitely in place, the CPU fan connector is firmly in place so is the RAM and video card, the PSU is on and connect to the mains,and the motherboard is mounted properly. What the hell could it be?

There are cables coming front the front panel where the power button is, are those wires connected to the motherboard?
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post #29 of 41
i think you have a dead Psu try this
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- Take a spare piece of wire about 6cm to 8cm long, strip the ends and bend it in a "U" shape.


- Place one end of the wire in the slot connected to the green wire and the other end in a slot connected to a black wire (There are usually multiple black wires. You can use any of them)

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- Plug in the power cord into the back of the power supply. If the power supply comes on without any incident then your PSU is working. If it doesn't then you know it is broken and you can go out and buy a new one.

and dont worry you wont get a shock or some thing tongue.gif

Try and tell us if the PSU works thumb.gif
post #30 of 41
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Yes the cables from the top of case are all plugged into the motherboard. I followed the diagram in the motherboard manual exactly so it's not that. Will try Tarun's suggestion now. Is normal for there to be this white crap insIde the PSU. It looks a bit like glue and it starts from the coil and goes towards the side closest to the case.
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