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I tryed to power on my computer but is not coming up, i changed the power pack but still not coming up. My computer is:

hp compaq d260MT


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  • grandson200 Jul 17, 2008

    Thanks man for the help i will try it now.



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When you put the power pack does the power pack roll if yes change the board if does not comes up change the ram if you follow these process am very sure it will work

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