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4. Plug the power cord back in but DO NOT reinsert the battery
Holding down both the Insert/Scroll button, hold the power button down
for 20-30 seconds, release the power button. still hold the
Insert/Scroll button press the power button normally should come up and
Windows should boot.
6. Restart hit ESC it should open the BIOS and reset to default. restart computer should come back.
check the power supply: unplug the main connector from the motherboard,plug in the ac/mains power cord and switch on the on/off switch if any located on the power supply, locate the GREEN wire on the main connector that plugs on the motherboard, using a small length of wire insert one end into the plug where the GREEN wire is located and the other end into a BLACK wire on the connector. the power supply should power on if it is good: you will see and hear the fan turn on in the power supply. if it is good remove the wire and re-plug it.if it is not good replace the power supply. also check that the 110/220vac swithch is in the correct position for your mains voltage.do you have a floppy drive connected to the system? if so un-plug it and try again,re-check that you pluged the power button switch connector on the mainboard correctly,
make sure the ram, cpu, and graphics card is set correctly, otherwise, remove the battery, put the jumpers on clr cmos, then push the power button, while the power is still the in keep do ing it on and of, the remove the power again posh the on button, to make sure all the left over power streams has left the light should die, the put back the battery the replace the jumpers, then the power cord then try again
try this ,unplug power cord turn off computer, (if you have switch) there should be no electricity. Remove little battery that you have on your board,wait for 10 sec. and pull it back in, that will restart cmos to default values.PLug power cord, turn on computer. Post me what happened.
you need to shut down the computer and pull the power cord off powersupply then remove the wire harness that goes on to the mother board then press the and hold the computer on button for 3 seconds then plug in the the harness back on the mother board and and plug in all power cords then try to turn on the computer it should give u a beep or the monitor should go from orange to green good luck e-mail me if u want firstname.lastname@example.org
Either the new power supply you purchased is not functioning correctly. But, assuming it is now that you are getting some form of power to your PC, it is very likely the motherboard. Whatever fried your old power supply (or it could have just been the power supply itself) most likely fried your motherboard in the process. Probably not the CPU since the MB can't even post.