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Computer does not turn on at all

I checked the cable but its working ok, I need help to connect another just to see if that is bad our not!

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Hi you have many reson for this

1.- first thing to do check power button cable from your front pc if it's ok to check it onplug (power sw) and bypass it whit a screw driver (tournevis) if your pc turn on this is your problem

2.- change your power supply and try it again

3.- you have a big problem whit your mainboard sorry

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Yeah that would be the best take the computer over to a friends house and hook it up to there monitor and see if it works on that one. if it does bam video card is bad. my suspicousion would be that it is video card. or try changing out cables.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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