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Would appreciate suggestions. Thermaltake v7000 case. Just set up system (2nd board . . . 1st was RMA'd). Power on & reset switches not working. Tried reversing polarity on each to no avail.

 

Suggestions?? Thanks

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Originally posted by jayrxlaw

Would appreciate suggestions. Thermaltake v7000 case. Just set up system (2nd board . . . 1st was RMA'd). Power on & reset switches not working. Tried reversing polarity on each to no avail.

 

Suggestions?? Thanks

 

Not to insult you but is the PS turned on lol. Are the LED's on the MB lit? Do the on

board power and reset buttons work??

 

Also try a different PS. If the PS is not giving a power good signal to the MB you are

you are going to go nowhere real fast.

 

Viper

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please check the rules and the Important Info threads stuck to the top of this section, paying close attention to the second post in teh 'critical' thread (about system specs in your sig).

 

this helps us tremendously to help you solve your issue if we can see what is in your system every time you post.

 

Be as thorough as possible please. Voltages, timings, settings, bios version. The more information you give us about the problem, and the more details about your hardware in your sig = more help we can give you.

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Originally posted by jayrxlaw

Everything functions fine . . . onboard power & reset switches work fine . . .

 

Damn to easy. Either the remote power/reset switches are plugged onto the wrong

header pins or the remote switches are bad (two that way is unlikely) or there are broken

lead wires to the remote switches. Nothing an ohm meter can't find for you in a couple of

minutes.

 

Viper

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Originally posted by jayrxlaw

Tried plugging in/out of several pins in effort to get switches to work. . . no luck.

 

If I had to bet I would say the switch lead probably caught caught on something and got

a good yank breaking the leads or maybe ripping them off the cases switches. I've had

case right out of the box than had the leads ripped/broken off the switches. It is so easy

for the loose leads to get hung up on something during handling and get tugged on hard

enough to break something.

 

Viper

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