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Check the obvious, is there power at the outlet, is your connection on the back of the computer connected properly. Is the switch on the back of your computer turned on.
After all that an you still have nothing you may have a defective power supply. If the power supply is providing all the necessary voltages i.e, + - 5V, + - 12V then you have a more serious problem probably on the motherboard. If you are able to do it, open cover and look for signs of bulging capacitors, burn smells and such
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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