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22-Aug-2011, 05:34 PM #1
Question JPW1 Connector Causing PSU to not work?
I am currently on my laptop so doing the TSG Sysinfo would not help any but I do have my desktop open on the table & can answer any questions. Heres the problem

About 1 month ago I came home to my computer turned off. When I tried to turn it on it would not. I assumed it was the PSU, since we had bad storms lately. I replaced the psu and now I still have no power. But I did forget to plug in the JPW1 connector and I got fan, dvd drive lights & LAN lights. When I do plug the jpw1 connector it all goes away.

My next step is to replace the motherboard but would like some advice before I do this. Is this my only choice?
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