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Cpu not starting after power outage

My computer was on and working fine then we had a power outage, and now it won't start up at all. my wife's comp is fine but mine does nothing

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  • brew1971 Jan 30, 2008

    thank you, is it hard to change or expensive??

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Need new power suplly that one got shot and make sure your on hi end protecter never on wall ok

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    nick helpap Jan 30, 2008

    no not hard at all to do they sell nice one atx style at store 40 bucks antec ect circuit city nice least 400 watts one and plug intoa nice monster cable breaker power strip last forever then 4 screws on back 20 or 24 pin connection to mobo rest is 4 pin plugs cd rom hard drive ect easy

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    nick helpap Jan 30, 2008

    make sure u plugs back in new one 12v 4 pin with main borad 20 pin then rest easy 4 pin molex plugs cd roms

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