Question about HP Compaq Evo D310 PC Desktop
That switch is there to select between European and US voltage - if the pc has worked before then leave it as it is. Change it to the wrong setting and the power source will be fried.
Your pc doesn't start because you have a hardware fault. Disconnect the data cable from the hard disk and try again. Next you must test the power source itself , outside of the pc - take it out then connect the green wire from the big connector to the black wire next to it; if the fan of the source doesn't start then it's fried, replace it. If it does then you must try the other components. If you haven't done that before , or if you don't have other components to swap for testing , then it's time to take it to a shop, nothing more you can do to it
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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