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yes the power supply has a switch
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post #12 of 70
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Originally Posted by eloverton2 View Post
make sure you have the +/- on the right pins on the front panel header for everything
Except for situations where it doesn't really make a difference... such as a button..
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Yes there is a switch on the power supply
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post #14 of 70
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Originally Posted by XombieXIII View Post
Yes there is a switch on the power supply
make sure its in the on position and wait a few secs see if your board light switches on.
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post #15 of 70
The motherboard is not getting any power, so directly we know its between the PSU and the Motherboard.

Start from there, check your wires, check the psu switch on the back, and your plug.
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I unplugged the motherboard and plugged it in, flipped the switch and waited a few seconds,plugged the power supply into a different outlet. I've tried everything.
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post #17 of 70
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I even tried a different power supply
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post #18 of 70
Remove motherboard from case and set on a cardboard box.
See if it will boot from there.

If so you have some sort of grounding issue.
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post #19 of 70
Quote:
Originally Posted by XombieXIII View Post
I even tried a different power supply
i would go thru and check your standoffs sounds like a short somewhere or the board is fried
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post #20 of 70
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Is it even guarenteed that there is a light on every board?
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