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Computer won't start

I have an Antec TP-2550 power supply in my computer and currently my computer will not start. The green LED on the motherboard is lit up. I've recycled the power switch numerous times, removed the CMOS battery-held the power swith for 30 secs-nothing, removed all cards, installed them one at a time while cycling power each time-nothing. Checked all connections-good. Checked RAM-good. I'm LOST! I did confirm the electrical outlet is good also. Computer was working fine until yesterday. I did lose my LED display where the LED and power/reset switch are located.

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The power supply is fried partially, or the motherboard went poof.

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