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Changed PC case and now the system has no power?


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Northy

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Decided to upgrade from my basic plain case today to a new one I picked up, simple job, me and my flat mate carefully took apart my old rig then re-applied it to the new case.
Now the PC has NO power what soever, to my knowledge I thought we connected everything back to its original location but I'm presuming not because I just can't get it to turn on.

I've taken it apart and put it back together twice and still nothing, I did all of this in my kitchen which is like a laminate floor whilst the gear laid upon a table top and I had rubber sole shoes on and made sure to discharge any static from my body.

If anyone can help me out then please do.

Can provide pictures if needed.
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iammykyl

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Gday Northy.


Please supply the specs for the build.


Did you check the number and pattern of the stand offs in the new case? They must match exactly the screw holes in the Mobo, No extra ones.




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Send pics of inside of motherboard
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iammykyl

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No.

Please send the hardware specs,
Mobo, brand, model.
PSU, brand, model,
etc.
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Pictures will show how you currently have it hooked up so that we can see where it may be hooked up wrong. Also include the specs of what's inside
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