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Since I do not know how much experience you have I can only assume that you have the experience of a beginner or a new user, so forgive me for being obvious.

Check these items first...

(1) Make sure that the computer is plugged into a live wall socket.
(2) Make sure that the monitor, keyboard and mouse are plugged in.
(3) Turn on the power to the monitor and the computer.
(4) Look for lights on the computer and listen for sounds from the computer.

If You get no sound or lights you have a dead computer it is most likely the power supply.
Without more info it is hard to tell... It might help if I had the make and model of the computer.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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