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Can't turn on

My Dell XPS 400 just completely turned off on it's own. The light on the power button was just blinking orange and it would not turn back on. A week later I tried the power button and it turned on. I normally leave my computer on and it just hibernates. About a week after it turned back on it just shut off and I can't turn it back on anymore. There isn't even a blinking orange light anymore. It's like the computer is just dead. Is this a power supply issue? Please help.

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  • travisdj Aug 13, 2008

    That is what I was thinking too but I'm not very good with computers so I thought I'd ask. Your quick response is much appreciated

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Sir i guess this is a power supply issue u should change ur the power supply box that u ve inside ur desktop

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