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No Power I did change outlets and tried another power cord also. does the same thing. Any more thoughts? Thank you

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Your power supply maybe busted, if you have another pc it not that difficult, you can open up the assy and removed the power supply to try and test it on the other pc affected, pls make sure of the connections and connectors, it is not that difficult

goodluck

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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