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Mar 16, 2003, 04:34 AM
First of, My main computer has always been and will always be a mac. I am not replacing it. That said I want to play around with BeOS and dual processor computers. I am having a problem getting the computer to start up however. I do not know if teh problem is the power source or the motherboard. When I try to turn it on nothing happens. I am curious if the fans should at least spin or something or if anyone has any idea what could be wrong?
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Mar 16, 2003, 04:38 AM
Fans should definitely come on, that's for sure. But that's all I could tell ya.
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Mar 16, 2003, 05:44 AM
did you check all the conections, on the mobo, the power switches, leds, the actuall psply plug.

if so i say you are pretty much fuked the fanse should be the first thing to turn on

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Mar 16, 2003, 05:45 AM
if the fans don't power up, your motherboard's not plugged in properly. check the connection between the power supply and the motherboard. sometimes they're two seperate plugs that go into adjacent ports on the 'board. you might have reversed them.
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