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Will not boot or power fully on.

When I push the power button it starts and the fan comes on but then all power is lost to the computer; it will then loop back and do this over and over until you pull the battery.

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i ask this because the fans and power lights can come on just from the power supply coming on when you push power but that doesn’t necessarily mean the cpu is functioning.

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