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When i cut my computer on nothing happens no beeps no loading or video. the only thing that seems to work is the fans. i havent done anything to it at all just cut it off for awhile then went back to it and this happend. ive tried to reset it with the jumpers and removing the battery and still nothing.

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Check to make sure your Power supply hasn't taken a partial death.
You can take it to your local best buy - Computer store. Test it first!
A partial failure from your power supply will only power some of your system. (fans)
If the power supply tests pass. Then you might be looking at a board ISSUE!
Check all the Capacitors on the board and see if any of them HAVE popped.
PICTURE of a Blown cap!

These would be the first items to check on - the most common.

Good luck and Hopefully it's just the power supply. New

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Posted on Nov 14, 2010


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