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Hello, My PC suddenly stopped running. Thought it was the power supply, so just purchased a new one and connected it. LED on board in on, the CPU fan kicks and stops after a couple of seconds and PC does not boot. Seems even that HD drives don't spin. Thanks for your quick help.

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Could be a bad motherboard or bad processor. have had both in the shop several times. only way to troubleshoot is with a known good replacment for either.

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