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When i turn off my system i can't switch it back on

I have to disconnect the power cord overnight before i could turn it on again.

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    Brian Perry May 11, 2010

    Hmm... that sounds weird. I never heard of that happening before. When did this start or has it always happened that way?

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Replace power supply also look for bulging capasitors on the mother board if bulging at the top replace them.

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