Question about HP Pavilion a1630n PC Desktop
Most common, make sure that it is properly plugged in. The plug can sit in the back of the power suply but not be fully in.
The next step may be to replace your power supply (IF NEEDED - dont get scared yet)..
Also make sure that the computer may have a power supply in the back (where the power cable goes in) that has it's own power switch. This has to be on.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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