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Desktop with not turn on, green blinking light on back

Working fine last night, there was a power failure and now i cannot get the computer to turn on.

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Could have blown out your Power Supply to your PC. But I would at least try to unplug your PC and hit the power button to drain of any standing power, and then plug it back in and see if it will turn on. If not you probably at the very least blew out your power supply.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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