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No start problem

Pressing the start button has no effect. Green light on power supply flashes. Power cord has power to PC.

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  • huntski68 Sep 16, 2008

    Five minutes??

    Computer will not start when pressing the power button. I tried HP trouble shooting. Pressed and held power button for 5 seconds, no change.

    Suggest methods of testing power supply, CPU, MB?

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Press the Start button for five minutes automatically the system will turn off..
Or else u can can restart the system..

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

  • Thafa Sep 16, 2008

    Hi

    Can u tell me the Green light flashes in the mother board.

    And check processor fan is running When u turn on..

    If its not run means, u Want change the SMPS of ur computer.

    When SMPS is fail means we can't get the power supply.




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