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The jump start is just a momentary connection of the two pins on the ATX connector. That jumper looks seriously [email protected] Wish I had one for my collection.

 

If the PSU never powered up, it looks like the PSU has failed.

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The jump start is just a momentary connection of the two pins on the ATX connector. That jumper looks seriously [email protected] Wish I had one for my collection.

 

If the PSU never powered up, it looks like the PSU has failed.

 

lol....it aint mine...I just used an ordinairy paperclip. Which I sticked into the same pins on the ATX controler: wat reaction do I have to get from the PSU? fan action? (strange enough it worked one time before when everything was outside the case: inside it refused to work. Does burning LEDs on the mobo indicate a working PSU?

 

Crash

 

btw: thanks for thinking with me!

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Sorry for kicking it up...but I can t seem to find a solution/the device that is causing te problem: is it a bad/dead mobo or a bad/dead PSU? or?

 

Crash

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Hello,

 

It is probably the PSU.

It is only a 20Pin PSU and you are using a 20 to 24pin converter.

 

Get a good 24pin PSU 480W+

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