Question about HP Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
It is possible that either the power supply or the motherboard is faulty.
Try swapping out the power supply (borrow one if you can) and if the PC power LED does not light up or the PC boot up, then you need a new PC.
I suggest you get a surge protection power board and connect your new computer to this surge protection power board. It will protect your computer from power surge problems.
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