Question about Computers & Internet
There may be several problems.
1. power supply may not be connected
2. the voltage switch may not be in its correct position on 110V or 220 V
3. bad wire broken
4. not connected to the internal system
if the problem is other than these then i can not solve them unless the PC is in front of me
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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