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EliteGroup K7VZA Mobo


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Hi, Everone. I have an EliteGroup K7VZA Mobo that shuts down immediately after power comes on. CPU fan and power supply fan start and then stop within a second or two. I have tried different ram, cleared the CMOS and even tried different CPUs and different power supplies. Alas, nothing has helped so far. Do any of you "Smarter Than I" people have any ideas? I sure could use some help, AGAIN. Thank You.

And an early "HAPPY HOLIDAYS" to all.

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Is the motherboard clear of the case
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Yes, it is.
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Thanks for your response.
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Have you checked for loose wires, is the power button OK
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Everything seems to be in order. I have tried to use this Mobo in different systems, always with the same results.
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If it new can you return it under warranty, as you get the same result with any system
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Sorry, it is not new. Wish it were.
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I'm beginning to think that I should just put it in the trash and carry on.
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I will ask the hardware moderators about this, however, if you get the other systems to run after swapping the motherboards about, it is unlikely to be down to an installation error

You could have looked at the other system components in the PC, but the other systems won't have identical faults
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Keith, the other systems do work with other Mobos. I Thank You for looking into this for me. I am sure that the prob is in the board itself, and I do not have enough knowledge to figure it out. I will check every whipstitch to see if there are any further replies to this matter. Again, Thanks a bunch for your assistance.

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It will possibly be a few hours as they are US based, you will get an e-mail when there is a reply
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Thanks. I'll look forward to hearing from someone.
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