Solved Power issue

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Mogi

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Hey guys, I recently put together a mini pc. However everytime I attempt to turn it on the light on the power switch will flash for a second and then nothing. Also, the power adapter will seemingly power off as soon as o hit the power switch. Do you guys know what could be the issue?

A320M-itx motherboard
-2400g ryzen
-Noctua l9a low profile cooler
-Pico 250 watt powersupply with 200watt adapter (came with the case)
-G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2666
-128gb kingspec m.2 ssd (PCIE NVME)
 

Mogi

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Hi Mogi, Welcome to PCHF! :)

Also ensure that you have all the cables plugged into the motherboard from the power supply. Re-seat all the connections as well in case of a lose connection and see if the computer powers on.
I redid this and still getting the same response, or lack thereof. Thanks for the reply!
 

Mogi

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Yes, it seems like the motherboard is the issue. I tried what was suggested here and I had my PSU checked, which is working fine. The only thing i can't rule out at this point is the motherboard, so I'm gonna see about getting a replacement.
 

phillpower2

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Thanks for the update and lets hope that you have better look with the replacement board.
 
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