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My MSI motherboard doesn't turn on?

I have an MSI motherboard PC when I press the power button SMPS fan just turns then stops and the screen does not turn on. I have tried: I change SMPS, RAM, BIOS battery. I think it was caused by: It seems it is motherboard component fault

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Where is motherboard speaker on the board?

Location of motherboard speaker

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The speaker is not embedded onto the motherboard, but it can be connected to the motherboard with a small 2- or 4-pin connector. That is how it looks: http://www.amazon.com/Apevia-APEVIA-Case-Speaker/dp/B00BBJDNCG. The location for the speaker connector is usually at the edge of the motherboard under PCIe slots or to the side of it. It is usually near USB connectors. You may need a manual for your motherboard to find out how to connect a speaker to a set of pins to which different signals are connected, including the speaker itself. Here is an example of a set of pins that have no distinct labels and would require you to obtain a manual for the motherboard.

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Motherboard attached speaker is essential?

Motherboard attached speaker is essential or not. If I remove this speaker, will motherboard work or not? I have tried: If speaker is damaged then I can remove it but then motherboard will work or not

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I cannot find my speaker on my motherboard?

I cannot find the mini speaker that is supposedly attached to my motherboard

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I have a Dell precision T3600 and the only light that is coming on is 2 and I don't hear a post beep and I have removed all 3rd party video cards and I have removed the memory, still no POST beeps but now the light is showing #1?

I have a Dell precision T3600 and the only light that is coming on is 2 and I don't hear a post beep and I have removed all 3rd party video cards and I have removed the memory, still no POST beeps but now the light is showing #1 is on. I have tried: I have a Dell precision T3600 and the only light that is coming on is 2 and I don't hear a post beep and I have removed all 3rd party video cards and I have removed the memory, still no POST beeps but now the light is showing #. I think it was caused by: The users says it blue screened and then it never came back on

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