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My computer won't turn on. There is a power supply, but nothing is happening. It doesn't even boot up. I would appreciate some advice. Many thanks B

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Chk if the powersupply fan is spinning if not then chk the wall unit or chk the power cable you can try swaping it with the monitor and if possible open the tower and chk if there is any light on the motherboard and try to reset the atx connector on the motherboard (it is the power supply connector for the mother board it is a big connector with colourfull wires in it)

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upplug the power cable from the tower and hold the power button for 10 sec and then connect the power cable back and try to turn on the system

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If your power supply receives power and still not turning on, that means the cable inside your CPU (called "IDE") might be the problem. all you have have to do is open your CPU. there is a connector there from your power supply to your hard drive and from your hard drive to your motherboard, see to it that it's properly connected. but if it can't be fixed anymore, better consult your technician.

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