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Pc won't start

When i turn on my home pc, a no signal on my monitor appears... the lights on my mouse and keyboard doesn't come on.. nothing works... would appreciate your advice.. cheers. joemo.

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  • joemo296 May 09, 2008

    thanx mate.. you are a legend... cheers for that.

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Check the power supply on the PC. Make sure it working. When you first plug in the power to the power supply unit, the fan should "Jump" alittle.

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