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If you did not connect the computer to a 220V power-source, i.e., you connected to a 110V source, then you probably are OK, except that the computer-components are probably only getting "half" the power that they normally get.
Turn the computer off, and reset the switch to 110V.
Turn the computer on, and it may start properly.
If all else fails, then take the computer to a qualified technician, for more trouble-shooting, i.e., replace the power-supply, or replace the motherboard, or may even replace _more_ than one component.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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