A technician has installed a replacement motherboard in a desktop case with no other modifications. All power connectors and drive data connectors have been connected to the new motherboard; however, the system will not power on. Which of the following is MOST likely the cause?
A. An incorrect firmware version resides on the motherboard
B. The voltage selection on the power supply is set incorrectly
C. The front panel connector is not connected properly
D. The RAM is not correctly installed in the new motherboard