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MY COMPUTER IS NOT COMING UP

AFTER POWER OUTAGE, MY COMPUTER IS NOT COMING UP BUT THE POWER SUPPLY IS WORKING SINCE THE FAN IS BLOWING

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  • msjdixon1 Mar 02, 2009

    after comming home from out of town I turned my computer on and it would not leave the desktop. I turned it off and now it will not come back on. Joyce

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You need to open it, disconnet one item then switch it on, if it dosn't work, replace it back and disconned another one, do that untill u get to know which one is not working.

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