Question about Acer Veriton 6800 PC Desktop
Either the power supply has failed, or the motherboard. Or possibly the CPU was overheated and burned itself out from cooling fan failure. Smaller possiblity is memory went bad. You should first check the memory, by removing it, blow out the sockets with can of air, then replace one at a time. Try to start PC after 1st one. then remove it and try the other one. Any change evident?
Look at the capacitors and other components on the MB , any sign of swelling, bursting or burning?A new MB will run about $100.
With out being there, it's hard to tell what is wrong.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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