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Light on power supply blinks once than nothing, the computer (hp) will not turn on.  It has no responses, when I unplug the power supply from the computer and plug it into the wall it does the same thing the green light blinks once than stops.  This occurred after a power surge to the house.  The breaker was tripped and the computer was plugged directly into the wall.   Any help would be very welcome.

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The power box is no good. get the numbers off it and look on ebay for a replacement or you can go to www.tigerdirect.com/
you can find them cheep. most of the time when the box blows and the mother board go's too, I would get a motherbaord as well.

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