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Changed Motherboards, computer won't start at all, so I can't reinstall windows.

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January 9, 2014 9:24:03 PM

I've changed motherboards, but when I press the power button the computer won't start at all. The green light is there but no fans spin. Because of this I can't re install windows. Please help.
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January 9, 2014 10:15:31 PM

Make sure your CASE pin connectors are well connected to the right ignition headers found on your MOBO.
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January 10, 2014 2:57:10 AM

Laight said:
I've changed motherboards, but when I press the power button the computer won't start at all. The green light is there but no fans spin. Because of this I can't re install windows. Please help.


You have bought your PC as a complete system from a dealer, now's the time to take advantage of their tech support line. You should also consult the manuals for the various components of your system. Assuming your PC can reach the Windows desktop, running a virus checker is also a wise precaution, particularly if your PC is ever connected to the Internet -- viruses can

It causes various symptoms that mimic hardware problems, such as spontaneous reboots, system and application crashes, random glitches on the screen, corrupted hard disk data, disappearing partitions, system slowdowns, and hard drives that won't boot.
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January 10, 2014 3:05:54 AM

shatarupa said:
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I've changed motherboards, but when I press the power button the computer won't start at all. The green light is there but no fans spin. Because of this I can't re install windows. Please help.
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You have bought your PC as a complete system from a dealer, now's the time to take advantage of their tech support line. You should also consult the manuals for the various components of your system. Assuming your PC can reach the Windows desktop, running a virus checker is also a wise precaution, particularly if your PC is ever connected to the Internet -- viruses can

It causes various symptoms that mimic hardware problems, such as spontaneous reboots, system and application crashes, random glitches on the screen, corrupted hard disk data, disappearing partitions, system slowdowns, and hard drives that won't boot.


Hi Shatarupa i wanted to check whats the exact solution for it? I have interchanged a Biostar mobo where i had a similar problem.
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