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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When the power is returned after a power outage it can cause a power surge and damage electronic equipment such as a computer. This is a reason to install a surge protection power board and connect your computer equipment to a surge protection board. The switch mode power supply may be faulty and replacing it may get your computer operating again. If you cannot DIY then ask a friend or take it to a computer repair shop.
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
Could be power supply, unplug every thing from the board, remove all drives, cards everything but the mem. turn it on, if you get some beeps, add your Hard drive. The power supply may not have the guts it take to run all the peripherals it used to, this test will tell you if its the board or power supply.
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.