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T6534 WANT BOOT UP. SYSTEM RUNS INSIDE.POWER SUP?

OK, I PUT MY NEW HARD DRIVE IN MY OLD COMP.AND HOOKED UP BOTH AND GOT IT TO WORK AND RECOVERD THE HD.I PUT IT BACK IN MY T6534 AND THEN I CHECKED THE POWER SUPPLY CONNECTORS. GOT LIKE .2VS AND THE LARGE ONE WAS 1.5VS. IT MIGHT BE THE POWER SUP.BUT WHY DO THE FANS RUN AND HD?I CHECKED THE CPU IT LOOKED OK . WHATS WIERED IS THAT I CAN UN PLUG MY CD/DVD AND THE TRAY WILL OPEN AND RUN THE CD AND WHEN I PLUG IT BACK IN THE MOTHER BOARD NOTHING HAPPENS THE TRAY WANT OPEN. IT JUST WANT BOOT UP. NOTHING ON THE MONITOR.

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You power ratings are ok on the main power supply. But you should check the volts on the internal and see what is happening.

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