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Ok i have bought a new computer case from newegg.com this is the case http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811144002 so when i get the case i take everything out of old case to put in new i got everything hooked up correctly, only thing is that the computer wont turn on, now i think i plugged in the Power SW and along with the other 5 of them like restart, HDD Led, Positive, Negative etc.. in wrong and thats why computer is not turning on when i hit Power button. Please someone help i have been pluging and unplugging these wires hoping i get them in the correct order.

the motherboard that i have is a Syntax S651M and heres a site for it with a pic http://www.syntaxusa.com/catalog/pro...products_id=70
 

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I used to have this case about a year ago and when it first arrived my PSU was DOA. When you try and power on do you get any activity from the case lights or any lighting from the mobo? If not try and swap out the power supply and see if that works. Otherwise contact Aspire for a new PSU. Let me know if that helps.
 

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Hey thanks for the Reply and yea i did switch out the Power supply form my old one and still no activity of any lights or anything so i dont think it has nothing to do with the PSU i think it has to do by the way im connecting the Power SW to the MoBo because when i disconnected everything form my old case i wasnt paying attention to where thoese little wires and what order they were placed on the MoBo.
 

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If you're concerned about the various front panel connectors, the only one that really matters is the two wire power one. Try to get that one set up, and you can fiddle with the others (LEDs, reset, etc.) later.

If you get the connectors set up, and you sill have no success, try building the system outside of the case. If it works on a tabletop, there's probably a grounding issue with the case. Make sure all of the standoffs are properly seated in the case before putting the motherboard back in.
 

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Ok, i have figured out that i have fried my MoBo, so i go out and buy a new one taking the chance that my CPU did not fired but with my luck it did once i installed the new motherboard and installed the old CPU it ran for about 2min with cracking noises then it just shut off and now will not turn on so, im going to return the mobo and get a new 1 then go out and buy a new CPU, so umm WHO THINKS THAT WOULD WORK!?
 

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Originally Posted by AquaDudeForce

Ok, i have figured out that i have fried my MoBo, so i go out and buy a new one taking the chance that my CPU did not fired but with my luck it did once i installed the new motherboard and installed the old CPU it ran for about 2min with cracking noises then it just shut off and now will not turn on so, im going to return the mobo and get a new 1 then go out and buy a new CPU, so umm WHO THINKS THAT WOULD WORK!?

how do u know that u burned ur mobo?
 

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nothing was turning on and plus had 3 of my friends try to help me and they all said same thing, so i go out and buy a new mobo and the computer actually turned on but then blew up..
 

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nothing was turning on and plus had 3 of my friends try to help me and they all said same thing, so i go out and buy a new mobo and the computer actually turned on but then blew up..

sounds weird man. The thingies to put the power button are colored like red, blue, etc. If yes then put the power into the red, im not really sure since i couldnt find any close picture of ur mobo but that is how it is in my mobo. Good luck
 
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