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Output to Monitor and Keyboard.

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My brother was doing some work on Computer without using UPS. Suddenly electicity gone and PC turned off. When I tried to strat this PC with bootable CD, output was not coming to Monitor. And Keyboard was not getting electricity power. I checked this Keyboard with some other PC and it was working fine there. Please help me out

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Hi,
Power supply is dead. Need new one. It's not expensive.
good luck.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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