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PC will not power up

The small green power light on the rear of the computer is blinking. I plugged unit into another ac plug but nothing happened. Removed cover and unplugged cable from motherboard. Plugged unit in and the green power light stays on solid.

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    JDTec May 11, 2010

    Did you take out the adapters, IE : modem,Nic , Video cards?

    Did you unplug the drives, then try to power it up with just the motherboard and power supply?

    Also, reseat the memory.

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Try to reboot your computer with the disk that it came with.=D

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