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Power is on pc doesnt go on.

It first crashed during the restore process it power was cut of and it failed to power up but there s a light which shows you that power is on in the pc

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    Dan rogers May 11, 2010

    What is it doing when you try to power it up?


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Turn on pc(powerup)to get as far as you can ...when theres no more responce press and hold power button until pc shuts off try reboot if nothing youll have to reinstall os

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