Question about HP ATX-300-12Z (ATX30012ZBD) 300-Watt Power Supply
It sounds like the power has failed or is failing. This link will take you to the HP site:
You can try to un-plug the main power connection to the motherboard and then re-connect it. BE SURE THAT THE COMPUTER POWER CORD IS DISCONNECTED! If that fails, you will need to replace the power supply as indicated on the HP site. The last one I bought was about $35.00.
Good luck and please let me know how it works out for you.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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