The problem was that when I pressed the on button to start up my pc nothing happened except the little light where the Ethernet cable plugs into turned on like it normally does so I held down the on button untill the light turned off ,waited a bit then flipped the power switch to off, opened my case, and wiggled the cable that connects my mobo to the psu and made sure it was in right then i flipped the power switch on and my computer turned on just fine like it normally does no problems then i started thinking if it was just that cable that connects to my mobo then why didn't the fans turn on and why did the Ethernet cable light turn on
so i wanted to know why this happened and if i was at risk for any thing
also am I suppose to flip the switch on my psu to off every time I turn my computer off?
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No need to touch the PSU, just use the power button and your good
Thank you for the reply that has been bothering me since day one after i built my pc. what about the other stuff is that normal?