This indicates that the power is being sent from the PSU to the MoBo,
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Dave Phillips escribió:
What I'd check:
* Put the PSU to the O position. Unplug the power cord.
* Touch any metallic surface to eliminate any electrostatic energy
from your body.
* Disconnect *everything* from the MoBo, including power, CPU, memory
and video card.
* Replug CPU, memory and video card.
* Plug the power supply and the 12V for the CPU.
* Turn on the PSU (set it at the | position). The CPU/case/video card
fans should spin a bit.
* Press the power button. If this fails:
* Make sure you have plugged all the front panel connections in
the RIGHT ORDER. These connections are ridiculously easy to miss
and get wrong, so double and triple check those!
* Also, some MoBos have the clear CMOS jumper set to "clear" by
default, so no battery is being used, MAKE SURE IT IS IN THE
RIGHT POSITION! It is extremely easy to blame all other components and
this little fella could be the culprit.
* If it still fails, recheck all of the above, and if you are 100%
certain everything is as it should, start swapping parts. Of
special interest here is the PSU.
Hope these advices help.
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