Question about HP Pavilion a320n PC Desktop
The power went out in my room and then I got it back up. I tried turning it on and the computer won't turn on, but the monitor works fine. I tried inserting a different power supply and it still doesn't work.
When you say power supply, I assume you mean the power cable plugging the tower into your wall socket. It sounds like your actual power supply inside the tower itself has died. You will have to replace the power supply itself, it is too dangerous to try and repair a power supply, even for an experienced technician. You can find power supplies for pretty cheap online and at PC resellers, and usually a service tech to install for you, if you don't feel comfortable installing yourself.
Before you go this route, make sure you test another outlet as well.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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