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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power Supply is the highly probable culprit on this. Call your local manufacturer to replace the power supply. Also, try connecting it directly to the power outlet (if it's connected to a power strip). Also, check the fans on the computer. All should be spinning and air should be coming out of it. Feel the air coming out, is it warm or hot. If it's hot then I suggest you really call your computer manufacturer or who you got this from since this needs more troubleshooting and probable replacement of parts inside.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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