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Most surge protection power boards will protect computer equipment from mains spikes and surges. A better and more expensive solution is to use an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). These units provide surge and spike protection and also provide power in the event of mains power failure. Make sure you select an UPS model that meet the power requirements of all your computer equipment that is connected to the UPS with a mains down time of say 1/2 hour to give you time to shut down your computer in an orderly manner.
all atx powersupplies are generic-it dous not really matter what computer it comes from unless its a high end pc requiring loads of power-if your machine is intel you may need a supply with an extra twelve volt lead(two yellow and two black leads in a little block)-but for that pc i would just harvest a powerpack out of a dead machine
usually the parts are some what associated a lot PSU>motherboard, if your power supply got busted due to a possible power surge then there is chance that the motherboard might be affected to. try having a UPS it will help a lot esp during power surges..
there are 4 screws on the back of your computer that will release the powersupply at that point you should be able to just slide it out keep mind were you unplug things Company site http://www.attechcomputers.co.cc
Yes pwer in entering since the LED lights up but most probably your SMPS orpower supply has fried due to a voltage surge. Try replacing the Power supply unit and see if there is any difference(use a working SMPS for trial and if this works, you have the solution...........sodeep
Are any fans running? If not take the power supply to a reputable computer repair person. They can test it while you wait. If the power supply is good or the fans are working then I would remove that new RAM. My guess is the power supply is bad.