Question about Computers & Internet
Im assuming the pc is plugged in and if there is a switch in the back of the computer by the plug it is set to on.
assuming the above is correct try moving your computer to another wall outlet. also leave the computer unplugged for about 10 minutes and try again.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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