I unhooked my computer 5 days ago to move furniture and plugged everything back in today and it will not power up. It does not come on at all. I checked the manual and it show that I plugged in everything correctly. Any ideas?
I had this problem and i just went inside took everything apart and put it all backtogether and it worked i did notice the power buttons conection plug to the motherboard is very touchy on this motherboard ...
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Hi jdr_dlr519! Pardon me.... but did your friend connected the monitor cable correctly on the system unit? Cleaning the fan will not break your computer... however, if he forgot to disconnect the power cables before opening the unit, it may do a damage.
Try to power drain it. Unplug all the power related devices that are connected, like a monitor data cable or external printer, just unplug all the cables in the back after you shut down your computer, press the power switch of your computer and keep it pressed for about 45 secs, release it, plug everything back and check it if its working. As well double check if that particular socket is usable, plug something else in to see if its working.
Before you actually replace the power supply, check some other things first:
1. Wall socket
2. Power strip/surge protector
3. Power cable
4. On the back of the computer, where the power cable plugs into, is the red switch set to 115? It should be 115.
5. Make sure that the power cable is not connected to a regular
extension cord. Power cable must plug directly into a surge protector
that is not daisy-chained to another power strip, surge protector, or
normal (household) extension cord. Surge protector must be directly
plugged into wall socket.
If none of the above solve the problem, open up the case and ensure
that all power connections are secure. Also check ALL other components'
connections. Any loose connections can cause problems for you.
If everything is secure and the problem persists, replace the power supply.
have u tried to unplug the power cord and open up the case aand unplug the power supply from the motherboard and then pressing the power button then plug the powersupply back into the motherboard and pluging in the computer and see what happens please keep me posted so i can help you more if needed ok best regards mike