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PC won't power up

Power went off, drained battery backup and the pc shut off. Now, it won't power up at all. I just see a green light on the back under the power cord flashing. There is also a tiny green light flashing on the motherboard right next to where the power attaches. The lights continue to flash for a while even after the power cord is disconnected.

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