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I am currently in the middle of a computer case transfer. Along w/all my old hardware I got a new motherboard. Everything is connected correctly but when I turn on the power supply to boot up nothing happens except the green light on the motherboard turns on. Fans aren't spinning, power supply isnt moving...nothing is happening. So I thought maybe the motherboard is bad, so I took it back and switched it out w/another one. Installed it and set it up but im having the same problem. I have eliminated a couple of things....

-Not the power supply because I tried hooking the motherboard up to 2 or 3 different ones.
-Not the lead cables (power, reset, LEDs) cause they are setup correctly.

Im out of ideas and am VERY frustrated. Any ideas guys?
 

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go to our "Building" section ; in there is a sticky named "Bench Test" review and try that method



let us know how it goes
 

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Yes they are connected and sorry I should have also said that I already connected the 24-pin and 4-pin. Ok I just hooked the PSU up to my old computer and it booted it up just fine, so that completly rules out the PSU now. Ok linderman I will go check that out. Anyone have any other suggestions as well? This is becoming rediculous. Ive never had this much trouble building a PC before. :upset:
 
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