Question about Dell Computers & Internet
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Make sure that all power cords are plugged in. Try a different outlet. If none of that is working, then I would think that the power supply is "fried". I would try to get another one that would work for your computer, and make sure. Are there any indications that anything tries to turn on? Like a fan moving?
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