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Gateway PC Powering up trouble

I had to re install my wife's computer with XP Professional. In doing so, we could not connect to the internet when the proccess was complete. Her ex-husband (the IT that did her computer) said the cover needed to be taken off to gather numbers to insure the right Intel drivers could be gotten. While the system was open, my wife took the opportunity to vaccum out some off the dust inside. After which, we put the comupter back together and hook things back up. Now when I tried to start the computer it will not start and no fans or motors make a sound.. Can you help with what my have happened?

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When you are cleaning the computer some jumpers may removed.you have to check the mother board to any jumper removed.check the power cable removed

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