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Power supply my monitor wont come on while hooked to this computer, but the machine lit up. could the power supply be the cause cause now it wont come on at all. the monitor does work on my other computer. one of the connectors on the power supply looks burnt, connecter #P1

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This is infact your video card and it can be the power supply if the burnt cable is connected to ur video card
the monitor is fine but about the burnt cable on your power supply
make sure you buy electrical tape and tape that up as soon as possible because if that burnt cable touches any part of your motherboard or anything else it will instantly fry everything which means damage everything which means ...
on the worst case scenario that has already happened

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