Power Supply

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  1. bassfisher6522

    bassfisher6522 Essential Member

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    Obviously, there are a lot of other people looking for the same thing. It is the best socket 939 board ever made.
     
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    I think that I fixed it. I re-connected the 4 pin section of the ATX cable, while leaving the 20 pin section alone, and for some reason it now turns on and off as it should. I hope that it doesn't decide to do something else.
     
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    You mean to tell me...you didn't have them both plug in...
     
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    No, that is not what I said. The word that I used was RE-CONNECTED, not connected. I simply unplugged it and then plugged in back in again.
     
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    ah...gotcha...it could have been simply a loose connection. Let's keep our fingers crossed.
     
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    One would think that, but I plugged and replugged it so many times that it couldn't have just been a loose connection...unless the cable had a broken wire in it, but if so I can't reproduce the problem now.
     

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