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Tried to turn it on, no powr. Replaced the power supply, little led on the mother board, but no power, no fans.

What do I do now?
I turned on the PC.
No power, no fans.
I replaced the Power Supply, still nothing.
Little led on the board lights.
No fans.
What now?
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No good.
Did all that.
Junk

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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* check wheather wall plug is fine or not if not change it

* check motherboard wheather ram,vga card,microprocessor is fixed properly then restart

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

No beeps.
I tried 3 different power supplies.
I stripped out the memory and hard drive and put it in the dumpster where it belonged.
Steve

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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