Question about Computers & Internet
I don't know how much expertienc and the amount of confert you have doing this, but anyways, try taking your motherboard out of your case, and find the front panel headers(usally near the bottom right of the board, find the one labeled as pwswitch (or something similar) and use something to short the two pins,. nothing else while having CPU Powersupply ect,. or if you have a spare power button/case try that as well, if you can't fighure it out, DO NOT TRY IT and contact me and i will see about getting a picture or something
Best of luck,
P.S. if this works then don't forget to rate me, if it doesn't work then contact me and i will see about something else(don't rate me until it is fixed or i give up(
Disclaimer: By trying this you herby release me of any liability If anything happend due to user error i assume no resonsability for injury to self, others, home or property. If you do not feel confertable doing it, DON'T, then contact me
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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