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Won't even start.. 0.o!

Hey there, This is the first time that my computer has done this. I know a bit about computers and I have tried several things to resolve the issue. Heres the problem: I plugged my computer in, and pressed the power button. the cpu fan, and all connected hardware seemed to power up properly, but the computer did not load my O/S. Or anything for that matter. It didn't even flash the system's BIOS settings. I have tried removing the battery, and resetting the BIOS jumpers. But it still won't start. When first powered up, the hard disk light lights up for about a second, then goes out, and the onboard speaker makes a quiet "pop" as if it is trying to tell me something. But after that, nothing. even the onboard graphics won't bring the monitor out of stand by when I turn it on. Iv'e resolved many issues with my computers and my friends, but this particular issue takes the cake. It has me completely stumped. Any suggestions? I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks,
A. Horton

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    Styme May 11, 2010

    Doesn't matter if you have the CPU fan spins or even if the L.E.D lights up on the motherboard



    Do you hear any type of beep code ?



    If answer is NO then please say a few words for me at the burial .



    Sorry A Horton for your loss



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There maybe something wrong with your memory...
try removing your RAM and turn your pc on. If you hear a beep then there maybe hope in your pc. re-install the RAM and try switching your pc.

or

If you have an extra Power Supply unit, try replacing it.

hope this post helps :)

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