Question about Computers & Internet
The power supply seemed to be doing fine, running fans and such, putting out the correct voltage, etc. but when I put it back in the computer, the most it does is that once it clicked a couple of times.
I used a multimeter to check the voltages coming out of the big four pin connectors and they seem to be fine.
What could be wrong with it?
Could be a bad component on the motherboard, not sending the correct signal to turn on the power supply. How did you test it while you had it out of the computer?
Posted on May 22, 2009
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