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Quite possibly, the power supply may be damaged. Power failures sometimes cause surges in the line.
Power supplies are replaceable, however if you have a name brand computer, it may be difficult to obtain a replacement. Generic power supplies are inexpensive and fairly easy to change if you are handy. You did not list your make and model.
Posted on May 05, 2008
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