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Shut down will not tuen back on, when powering up fans run foe 1 sec then nothing. yellow light on motherboard. This is a desktop.

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I suggest going through my tip pertaining to this matter, it is entitled My Computer is not turning on!!! Is it dead!!! No POST!!! this should guide you through the process and get your PC going again.

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