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Need help my laptop doesnt work... when i turn on my computer the power is on but no appearing on my monitor and my fan doesnt work... what should i do? pls.. help me..........

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This is a Hardware Problem, Its either the Power Supply Unit, Or the Motherboard, Unfortunatly you will need to replace one of these. I suspect the PSU but I canot be certain not looking at this. Let me know how it turns out

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