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Thread: Can motherboard be repaired

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    Can motherboard be repaired

    Yesterday I pressed the ON button on my PC and nothing happened. I thought of faulty power supply and so changed it but the same reappeared. In my opinion it is the motherboard issue, do you know if it can be repaired?

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    Re: Can motherboard be repaired

    After changing the power supply, did you verified the ON/OFF switch of PSU? Also whether the power button of the case is not just unplugged from the motherboard? Did you tested your PSU outside box?

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    Re: Can motherboard be repaired

    - I did not put ON/OFF on that PSU

    - I looked at the connection to the motherboard (blue) is connected.

    - The PSU has been tested and so it works fine on another PC (also in my PC there is a green LED on the motherboard, which indicates that power supply provided is constant).

    I fear about my motherboard, because it does not give any sign of working.

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    Re: Can motherboard be repaired

    Can you provide the complete information with brand name of :
    - PSU
    - Motherboard

    To verify if your motherboard is working, try to short it with the help of a screwdriver and see if it starts.

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