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Output to Monitor and Keyboard.

You have replied me that Power Supply is dead. but Mouse is getting the power supply and Monitor is also getting the power but window is not going to start.....Is there any problem in CPU pin place ?

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If lights are lighting you supply is working...
Microsoft OS ? if yes,,,Do you get any beeping sounds?
If so the CPU is ok and and you need to define the beep code on boot. It tells you about the hardware there. If error beeps the computer will not start up...
You find this in a computer lingo reference manual of ask a search engine these questions. Since you got this far on line I expect you can see to it to find more info
You need to try a working borrowed monitor.
Sometimes that helps ...

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Motherboard is getting 12V, 5,2V from power supply. Probably 5,2V is dead. If you have a friend who will give you a power supply. Put in your computer and you will see that is the problem.

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Find someone with a multimeter to check the output voltage on the power supply. There will be a label on the power supply that says what the DC voltage (VDC) is supposed to be. If the meter shows no voltage when the power supply is plugged into the wall, then you just need a new power supply.

Do not try using another power supply as a substitute unless it is a specific match to your monitor. They vary widely by output voltage, etc. and using the wrong one could fry your monitor.

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Power supply dead


i think u saw the information pasted on the back side of monitor...
dead means that something is wrong inside...
initially, you have to check the power cable and availability of mains in the socket..
if all are fine then we will go inside..

after removing the cover carefully, check the mains fuse that is near the power cable socket where the power plug inserts...
if fuse is fine then check the mains capacitor and then further....
Maybe the problem pin points here and u solve the issue..


hopefully, it will fix the issue so rate it ...

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