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No power to new Biostar M7NCD-A02 motherboard

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Over a few months I've been purchasing components for building a new pc. Inside the case, I have 250GB Maxtor drive, 512MB 2700 PC333 DDR, 52X CDROM, AMD XP 2800 CPU, floppy drive. I've checked all of the jumpers and I even checked the 420 PS I have in the system with my other computer. The PS works fine; however, I cannot get power to the board. I'm at my wits end with this!!
Please help ;(
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Marcella31,

Have you double checked the power connections from the motherboard to the powerswitch? (the front panel connector) They may be installed backwards. The panel on your motherboard is labeled as JPANEL1.
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I've checked it and it still doesn't power up. Both the MB and the PS are new.
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