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Assuming it's a desktop pc not a laptop the power supply might be faulty. Try and replace it. If the computer has being recently moved, you will need to open it up and see if all connections are on. Also if that doesn't work, try and disconnect all the cables to your cd roms and hard drives and see if that works. More than likely the power is shot and you will need to replace, should cost between $30-$80 to replace. Make sure you look for a 500watt power supply as they work better if running multiply drives.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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