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Iwill zpc trouleshooting

1. Adapter is good with 19V output 2.i push the power switch but nothing happen i think mobo or smps has problem You can help me?

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Re: iwill zpc trouleshooting

Are clean the cmos battrey and remove the power supply pins bacause they are he main problem or just try to connect with any other smps from your friend.

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Hi, try to take out the battery from the motherboard, and put it again after a few minutes. Look at the cable connector pins on the power supply, if they look straight!

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Clean the CMOS by convert the battery on the mother board, Then try again

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