Question about Computers & Internet
Not all computer power supplies have a switch on the back. Unplug the computer for a minute, then plug it back in and try again. If still no result you have a bad component somewhere. No way to tell for sure which one without opening the case. Likely culprits: power supply, dust build-up, components need to be reseated, memory, video card, or motherboard failure.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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