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Hello, I have HP MS-7613 ver1.1 motherboard, with full HP case: HP Pro 3130 MT  It was working just perfect until yesterday - when I replaced the power supply(for test purpose). It stopped working with that power supply, then I turn it on with his own (working) power supply, but again the motherboard didn't responses at all, I am pretty sure that the problem accrued because of fault power supply(it was refurbished one) I think the power supply send to much electricity to motherboard and then it failed to start... I tried too reset the CMOS settings, also tried to unplug all the cables(including ram,HDD etc) and left the comp for 1 day, but without success ( Would appreciate any advice. Thanks in advance.

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Ithseeker, welcome to the forum.

 

I don't believe that the PSU would cause your motherboard to fail.  The computer will only draw the amount of power that it requires to operate properly.  The only way damage could occur would be if you created a short circuit.  

 

I suggest checking to assure that all of the connections from the PSU are correct.  

 

 

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Hi Ithseeker

 

By replacing the PSU there shouldn't be any issue with the motherboard, There should be somthing missing while replacing the PSU.

 

Check out the below link

 

Troubleshooting Power Supply Issues

 

 

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Thanks for answers and suggestions ,

I carefuly follwed Troubleshooting Power Supply Issues instructions, but unfortunately they do not solve my problem..

As I mentioned in my previous  post, the Power Supply which I used was refurbished one, I just wanted to check if it works or not(in my HP the power supply was working perfectly) I even used another working PS, but again motherboard don wanna start...      

Also would like to add that I used the rufurbished PS on intel D101GGC MB and it was working fine for some 1.2 weeeks then it suddenly started to work bad, exsacly - after turning on the comp was working for some 1-2 minutes then turns off, but the motherbord was not got damaged..  So I am wondering doesn't tHP motherbords have surge protectors for shirt circuits ?

Again my only thought is that because of bad refurbished PS my motherboard got damaged..

 

 

  

         

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