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post #41 of 70
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IS the * pin power plugged in (near the northbridge by the CPU)???
This. I made this mistake on my first build and got myself worked up about it Imao.
post #42 of 70
Assuming you know how to build a PC, when you flick on the switch for the PUS does your motherboard light come on?

If not I would pull the PSU out and do a "paper clip test" on it.

http://www.overclock.net/faqs/96712-...upply-psu.html

Then you know if your PSU is toast.

If it's good re-seat everything on your MoBo and try again only connecting what you have to.

If that fails I'd say you have bigger problems and you will need to test each part separately CPU, GPU, Motherboard.
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post #43 of 70
1. The possibility of the stand offs has been mentioned.
One extra one at the rear of the case that is not needed can cause issues.
2. Did you remove the case on/off and restart connections? Do so to eliminate if they are the issue
3. Are there any MB to case USB connections?
An improperly configured USB to the case can cause this.
If there are any USB to case connections, remove them to see if this is the issue.
    
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post #44 of 70
remove all the small pin-connectors on your mobo (the power/usb's etc) and try touching the power pins with a key or something else that can make it boot
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what is the * pin?
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post #46 of 70
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what is the * pin?
Ph10m is referring to the motherboard header that provides connections for Power, Reset, Status LED's, etc.

If I am interpreting the posts accurately, he or she is saying is to remove the switch and manually "short" the connection. It is a "momentary" switch so create the "short" for only about a second.
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how do I do this?
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post #48 of 70
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how do I do this?
A screwdriver works well enough.
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I just touch the plus pin to the other pin where the start connectors are I'm guessing?
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post #50 of 70
The motherboard header should have markings that indicate which pins are for which function.

There is a set marked, "Power" (or something similar, the image below the marking is "PW"; the color diagram shows which pins are paired).



Short these 2 pins.
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