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My computer is not booting at all. what should i do to get it back working??

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Does it beep? if so how many long and short beeps?`

if noting happens? Powersupply failure? You could try another powersupply or test the old one.

you could use a tester like this to test the powersupply
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look for a cheaper deal on ebay, also I don't think this one sends to countrys outside from finland.



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For this you dont need to buy another computer.
Follow the steps.
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2. In safeboot.
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