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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For most computers, there isn't a power supply made specifically for each. Take the power supply out of the computer, and find out what type of power supply it is. Search for a new one on Google or eBay. Solution-givers cannot sell you merchandise.
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Posted on Dec 24, 2009
SOURCE: hello my computer is a
Before we begin troubleshooting, I need some clarifications, What is the operating Systems installed on the Computer? Is it still under warranty? Do you have the Recovery CD?
If it's still under warranty, we shouldn't touch the hardware as it will void the warranty, (this model has 3 years warranty) but if it's not, then we'll do whatever....to fix it.
You may also need a windows CD, it must the hardware issue, but it could also be software issues, so since we haven't tested anything yet, I can't tell you the cause. There are many possibilities and of course, may ways to fix, may take time depending on how much it's been damaged..
Thanks and awaiting.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
This appears to be a generic case. If so there are several ways it may open up.
First, the most common is to remove two or three screws in the back along the edge of the side panel where it turns and goes over the back of the system. I assume you've tried that. If you are certain that the side panel is of this type you may need to take a flat screw driver and slide it between the panel lip (the part that folds around and through which the screws are inserted) and the system frame. Slide it in and turn it to "pop" the panel. Once near the top and once near the bottom should do it.
If you don't have that type of side panel there are three other options. First, the top of the case may be held in by a screw in the middle of the top-back. If there is a screw at the back at the very top in the middle of the edge, remove it. Slide the top toward the back (it should go back about 1/2 inch) and lift it off. The side panels then lift straight up and out.
Second, you may have a latch in the middle of the back next to the side panel lip. Depress it and slide the side panel off (this is usually something you see only on Compaq's and other name brand computers, not generic).
Finally, there are some systems which have a lever at the top back of the system that you pull back to spring the side panel. If the panel is stuck, pull the top lever back and use a screw driver so pry the side off from the top...it tips back from the top and then lifts out after you pull the lever.
Hope all this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2014
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