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Old Unix and Linux 12-31-2014   -   Original Discussion by blackrageous
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ZOTAC NANO AD12...now a paperweight (power prob.)

I have a ZOTAC NANO AD12 that won't power on. The AC Adapter is ok and provides the required 19V. Only tips I found on the web were to unplug the cmos battery. That did not help. I did not have the unit very long and this happened some time ago so I just set the unit aside (until last night). Anybody have any tips or documentation.
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Old Unix and Linux 01-02-2015   -   Original Discussion by blackrageous
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The conversion of 19vdc down to desired lower and sometimes negative voltages is generaly done on a motherboard using power transistors, diode rectifiers, coils and capacitors. Could be one of the transistors blew, or a cap shorted.
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