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My Advent T9103 has for some time been experiencing problems on Start-up after being shut down the previous night. It would sometimes take a long time to Start-up when pressed momentarily and sometimes I would have to depress the Start button for a long time before it would start. As a result of this we decided to leave the PC on permanently. Unfortunately, the PC shut itself down the other day and we have not been able to start it up again since. Have you any advice please?

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This is almost always a failed power supply unit, probably some burnt out capacitors, that would cause a shortage of current, not giving the motherboard enough energy to propagate the CPU, so the signal to boot never comes. Depending on your level of expertise on soldering and electrical equipment, you can replace a burnt out capacitor without trashing the PSU. Beware though, as you can run a risk of electrocution if not careful in doing so.

Option 2 is replacing the power supply, and judging by the size of its case, it will either be a Micro-ATX or a proprietary form factor, take in your old unit to a computer store so they can find a unit with matching pins and wattage.

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From what you are describing it looks the system needs its power supply replaced, these you can find at local electronic stores.

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