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Computer does nothing.

Replaced power supply, no difference. During the past year, when my computer was shut down it increasingly took longer to boot up. Finally after a power outage, my computer will not boot up or tell the IDE to start. If I unplug the data cable to the IDE, the drive will start spinning. All voltages are good at the 20-pin connector.

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  • z9f28d Jan 16, 2008

    I tend not to think the IDE is bad because the same thing happens to two other hard drives I swap out. Also... if the 20-pin connector is unplugged from the motherboard and I jump the power on wire to ground, the IDE starts up.

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If when you remove the ide then it boots means the ide has been crupted or fried.

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