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    I was lucky to be able to use an old M2-ATX that I had laying aorund somewhere.
    The problem I have with it right now is that I can only turn my computer on with a momentary push button that acts like a case button. If I place a junper in and of A,B,C,D settings for shutdown control, the PSU simply doesn't respond. Is there a fix to this, or I'9 just SOL ON DAT ONE?

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    Originally posted by BLAXKINNED View Post
    I was lucky to be able to use an old M2-ATX that I had laying aorund somewhere.
    The problem I have with it right now is that I can only turn my computer on with a momentary push button that acts like a case button. If I place a junper in and of A,B,C,D settings for shutdown control, the PSU simply doesn't respond. Is there a fix to this, or I'9 just SOL ON DAT ONE?
    You mean the "smart" part of it is broken, or that it wont turn on/off the PC via the wire? Little confusing from the way you posted it.

    If the smart part is gone, you may be lucky and it is just a bad PIC. If so, you can just buy a new one and reflash it. If it is damaged elsewhere, then you are SOL
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      I'm gonna ask about the obvious...

      You have J3 wired to an ignition-controlled line that provides 12v with key on and 0v with key off?

      Also, do you have the 2-wire lead running from J8 to the power button pins on your motherboard in place of the power switch?
      Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
      How about the Wiki?



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