Is this a DELL system? E series ?
Well , you'll have to reseat the memory chip on the motherboard and check for other power connectors.. but please try this only if you're sure that there is NO display at all and the system will just not start up!
Please make sure you disconnect any peripheral devices and the power cable before opening the chassis!
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Power point unfortunately does not come standard with windows. Power point is a feature of Microsoft office, which is sold separately from computers. In other words, to get power point, you will have to purchase a version of Microsoft office. I would recommend getting the 2007 or later version.
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Best of luck with your endeavors.
ive had this problem before its the power supply in your computer its easily replaced got to a office store (stapples/walmart) buy one for around 80.00$ then unscrew the side panel look inside there should be a few things hooked up un plug them and remember where they went the plug the new one in this should fix your problem :) email me if it dosnt and ill go into futher detail Cycoman1993@yahoo.com
I will need some more information? Can you see anything on the screen? Have you tried hitting F8 while the computer is booting to see if you can start it in safe mode. It could be one of many problems. I do not want to just guess.
Ok well try actually turning off the computer not using the hardboot button but the wires are connected to a power strip or surge protector right? Well on those there is a switch which you can press and it stops any electricity from flowing into your computer which shuts down your comp. Also many people don't know but when you "turn of your computer" it's really on standby because when you press that button it is waiting for that to be pressed. The only way to fully shut down your computer is to stop all electricity from flowing to the computer. Hope that helped :)