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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    im guna get straight to the point, i had to switch the pc of by the psu switch to stop it from booting windows, anyhow i did this and now i get nothing, no post beep no naff all, the lcd display on the mobo dont work either...now i havnt registered this mobo wit evga yet n i also bought it from ebay so i dont even think i can do that...im really hoping there is something i can do so if anyone knows please help me as i really dont wana spend more on a new mobo

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    does the PSU itself work?

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    the psu works fine, everythign else works fine i even took mem out n still the board doesnt even reconize i took it out i think sumit to do with the bios but i dont know what.....the reason i say this is cos the lcd does not display any numbers....

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    Did you flash the bios prior to this by any chance?

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    nope didnt do that all i did before it died was switch it of by the switch on the back of the psu, i then switched it back on and it wouldnt boot

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    i just found this on the evga website................................

    Question / Issue
    When I boot my 680i motherboard I get no video and the LED reads two dashes (--). What does this mean?

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    When you get two dashes it means the motherboard is not starting the POST cycle. This can be caused by either a power, grounding, or a defective board. Make sure you have both the 24 pin ATX power and 8 pin power connected. Try booting the board outside of the case in a minimal configuration on a bench or desk to make sure it is not a grounding issue. If you still get two dashes most likely the board is defective and needs to be replaced.

    now im very stuck

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    Do you have another PSU handy? If so I would try that first. Even though the other seems fine.

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    no im getting a tough power in bout 10 days mind....but i duno if i can live that long withoutmy gaming rig

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    what are you accessing the net with? Can you pull the psu from it to see?

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    680i BIG PROBLEMS HELP :(

    my mums rig, which btw is a amd athlon 1.3ghz.....64mb gforce mx440 yea no gd gaming on this one anyhow....i can pull the psu yes...why?

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