I recently moved my computer into another room in my house. So I unplugged everything, went to set it back up plugged everything back in and nothing. My monitor works, but there is nothing happening on the tower, no light, no fan, no nothing. Everything worked fine before I moved it. I don't know what to do Please Help
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hi , if the computer was plug ed in while power went out and computer was on .you might of got a surge , in that case your power supply is out , its very easy to take off. open the case find the power supply unit dissconect the color coded wire clip from the mother board , also the ones on cd rom and hard drive once disconnected , there are 4 screws on the side of the power unit take those off and the power supply should slid out. next take it to best buy computer store . and they can match the power supply unit foe you its to get higher voltage power unit hope this helps
Hi try looking over it again with the help of this https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/s/spa7300_79/spa7300_79_dfu_eng.pdf just make sure all connections are pushed in properly as those plugs have a tendency to not plug in all the way
gives this a shot unplug the usd or whatever plug you have to the computer and thn unplug the power to the printer
then restart computer . then plug everything back in but plug in power plug furst. i hope this works
As long as you have an active DSL connection in the new room, yes you should be fine. All settings are saved in the router's flash memory and won't be lost by disconnecting the power. Make careful note of where everything is plugged in (a digital photo is great!) and in the worst case, you can move it all back until you figure out what is wrong.
carefully plug back the minijack for the speaker at the out or spk,
normally the sound card has three ports 1. for MIC 2. LINE IN 3.OUT (SPK) - SPEAKER.
carefully plug the minijack for the speaker into the third one - OUT (SPK) - SPEAKER.
in pluging it in, first put on a media clip on the windows media player and carefully plug in the minijack for the speaker and surely you will hear sound.
or you can remove all of the plugs from the console: AC, remote sensor, AV. This is important: You must also unplug the AC from the electrical outlet. Then wait 45 seconds, then plug the AC adapter back into the wall and your console. Power On.
u may setted mac filtering on teh router it wont allow new pc to communicate u need to to master reset connect teh power to the router look the back u can find reset hole take pen hit that and hold it for 40 sec and reboot the router by unplug teh power and wait 30 sec and replug it back and then u can login to teh router to change the settings>rate me solved if its helps thx
Try th set in another room, if only to see if this phenomenom happens with other light fixtures or appliances. Would suspect the switching type supply in the TV as suspect if the problem "moves" with the set....accordianman
your system control section has failed due to sudden power failure.
1please check power to system cotrol.
2check tunning &aft ckt in system.
3check memory ic & its section
4check system ic & its section