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Lost power now computer not working

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Reseat the ram ...
perform a ram test....if the tesr passes the check the ATX connector...reseat the ATX cable...if it still does npt work check the light at the back panel pf the computer if it is green the power supply is good but if there is no liht u need a replacement of the powersupply...if everthing is fine.....reseat the cmos batree and reload the o.s

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Open your system units and then refix the hard drive, memory, video card..and all connection inside.

may this help,


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