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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. NO, *********** board is not fried. I am not sure what the problem is but I do know how to fix it. It is usually casued by power outages (even if you have UPS supply).
1. TAKE OUT THE ELECTRICITY LEAD TO THE COMPUTER. Look inside the computer and find the bunch of wires coming from the power supply unit (the box thing at the top with the fan and all those colouted wires!).
2. Find where these wires run into a plastic connector and plug into the mother board. Unplug it.
3. Now plug the electicity lead back into the computer. The light should now stay ON.
4. Plug in the connector again... and boot up. Leave it run a while to convince it!
5. Repeat this process if it does not work first time.
This should fix your problem . It works for me when I get this problem.
Friend in Spain
Posted on May 09, 2009
yes it should do provided your current psu is not a small mATX one. ATX power supplies are pretty generic. Make sure you get one that has enough connectors to suit your system, having said that, Considering it's an off the shelf PC I would guess most PSU's would have the right number and type of connections.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
That is a pretty good choice for a replacement you just have to make sure that it will fit exactly like the old one did and that the cables are exact and have the same hookups as the old ones do ok but you should be fine from there ok
Hope this is very helpful for you
Best regards michael
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
plug your pc directly to your wall outlet and see if it turns on. If it works, then the problem is your power supply. If power supply has a reset button, press it and try again. If pc does not turn on when plugged to wall outlet, then power supply for pc may be out.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
SOURCE: My hp Pavilion a847c shut
Yes - replace the power supply. It is flashing because the regulator is bad or there are bad capacitors in the power supply.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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