Question about Computers & Internet
First Check power to a power strip or outlet.
Next Check all connections on the back of the computer to make sure that all connections are nice and tight.
Now try and restart your computer. Does anything happen?
If so great, if not you may need a new power supply.But don't just go out and get any power supply, tell me the make and model of your computer so you can get the correct power supply.
Hope This helps
All The Best,
Posted on May 29, 2008
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