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Benjammin

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Allrighty, I am having a rather terrible issue, and i cant seem to find a fix anywhere so im actually posting my own topic (gasp)

I have a Asus P4C800 Deluxe mobo, with a 3.2 pentium 4 prossessor, the prossesor brand new, as is the mobo come to think of it, and nothing else is really important. Oh, and I have 2 PSU's right now, switching out does not solve the problem. Also, i tested the PSUs with a paper clip, seem to work fine, so i doubt its them. anyway, sorry, acutal problem.

I plug everything in, that being, the motherboard, power supply, speaker and power jumper, CPU and heatsink, and then, a hard drive or somthing. and thats it, outside the box, just on my matress. I flip the back, the mobo lead comes on, and i hit the power. The stupid blue power suply light flickers once, and all the fans jump just a little bit, then nothing. Mobo led is still on. I hit the power button agian, nothing. I have to turn off the back switch and then back on if i want it to even flash on for a second. The odd thing is, if i take off the 4 pin power suply to the mobo, you know the one by the heatsink, the fans will actually totally come on for a minute, as if its started.

Im really in a desprate situation, i supose my mobo crapped out on me and i need to get it replaced but if anyone has any ideas at all?

*yes, im aware of the earlyier thread
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Ignore me please i realized this was out of place and reposted in the other hardware sub forum
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