Question about Computers & Internet
The Modem I what connects your computer to the internet. Now the next possibility is that the system board that controls all of your information is bad because of the surge. Also have you checked to see if the screen will go on?
So I recommend first checking to see if the screen will go on, then looking at a new computer because if the system board is gone your computer is almost worthless. You may still be able to save the information off of the drive. Do you have another computer?
If this doesn't work I will see what else I can do.
Hope This Helps
All The Best,
Posted on May 28, 2008
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