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Computer left off for some weeks does not start the fan but mouse and keyboard have power to them

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Take out the RAM then insert it properly, then restart your system,

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Use your mouse to move the pointer over the "Start" button.

Use the left-click button to bring up the "Start" pop-up menu.


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Now keep on holding down the power button on the computer tower for 15-30 seconds..

Now release the power button, plug in the power cable, monitor, keyboard, mouse and turn on the computer...

If it works, great!!!

Otherwise, take it for repair..

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I'm keeping in mind that when you loose the video display you also loose the use of the PS2 keyboard & PS2 mouse. If the CPU is over heating the system will shut down the PC.
If you're system is still under warranty, please call Fujitsu.
http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/home/products/personal_computers/scaleo_p.html
You may need a new power supply, CPU or board. Sorry!

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If your computer is still under warranty, the company should replace them. If not, you can buy them really cheap.

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