MSI P45 NEO2 - MS-7512 V1.1 - WONT BOOT,NO POWER.

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  1. grimpr

    grimpr Golden Member

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    CPU : INTEL CORE 2 DUO E8400
    MOBO : MSI P45 NEO2 - MS-7512 V1.1
    RAM : 3X DIMMS 1GB KINGSTON VALUERAM KVR800D2N5 1.8V
    VGA : GAINWARD HD4850
    HDD : SEAGATE BARRACUDA 7.11 500GB
    DVDRW : NEC 7203 SATA DVDRW
    PSU : SEASONIC S12II-500 (SS-500GB Active PFC)
    CASE : THERMALTAKE MATRIX VX BLACK

    This build wont power on, tried changing the PSU with a Seasonic S12II 380W, changed the VGA to a Sapphire HD3850, tried changing the ram modules, left only one dimm on all the slots, disconnected all peripherals except vga, reseated the cpu and heatsink, board wont boot, no power anywhere, no fans spin, no leds lightup.still nothing. :|

    Any help appreciated cuz this is an emergency build.

    Thanks guys.

    Some photos, mess excused.

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  3. Gillbot

    Gillbot Lifer

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    Try a different mobo, ram, cpu, etc.
     
  4. Drsignguy

    Drsignguy Platinum Member

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    Is this the complete photo of everything hooked up. Cause if it is, seems to me that you are missing a power switch, reset, Hdd etc..that is not connected to your mobo from your case? So, how did you try to turn this on?
     
  5. grimpr

    grimpr Golden Member

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    Thanks for answering, problem solved, motherboard worked outside the case, a screw short circuit the board and was replaced. Again thanks for taking the time and answering.

    Cheers.
     
  6. fraps

    fraps Junior Member

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    sorry for bringing this up, but I got the same problem and I didnt understand how did you solve it.... if someone can tell me what should I do... thanks.