Question about Computers & Internet
I tried unplugging it and plugging it in numerous times through a working surge protector and wall outlet (socket). It does not get any power when I push the push button switch on the computer.
Try replacing the power cord first. cheaper fix if it works and it is of questionable age and/or condition. worked for me.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
If your computer was left on was off when you got back to it, and will now no longer turn back on, i can say with 80% confidence that you need to replace your power supply. They are usually about $50 at any computer shop. If you don't feel like doing the replacement yourself you can have a shop do it or circuitcity or best buy.
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