I moved my computer and the power was off for about 10 minutes or so and when plugged back in all theat happens is that the green led flashes front and back.
after trying for hours to find a solution on the internet via my dads laptop..nothing works.
replaced fuses in all the plugs, unplugged internal powersupply etc and also replaced internal battery.
HELP..i am lost without my computer!
Check that the CPU is seated correctly.
Unplug the power cored first, remove the cooling fans (very carefully), remove and reinstall the CPU (even if it looks fine), then reassemble the PC and try again.
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Make sure everything in side your computer is in all of the way. Push down on all of the cards and the memory to make sure nothing came loose. Make sure all of the cables are securely fastened and give it another go to see if it powers up.
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Hello, Did you plug your AC adapter in and then try to turn it on? It may be that your battery ran out of power. Try to plug your AC adapter into your laptop, wait about 2 minutes for the battery to charge, then turn on your laptop. If that doesn't work, you may need to replace your battery. The battery on that laptop is fairly cheap, ranging in price from $10 used to $60 new. If that doesn't work, your power button may need to be fixed. You then need to have it fixed by a reputable computer repair store.
First open cpu cabinet and pull cmos cell for 10 minutes from motherbord then all settings are defaults.
Then check .
If still face same problem then you have to change your SMPS it is square box on back top side of cpu .
Scart leads or scart adapter would never cause such problems. The problem will be in the TV itself. You need to check the power-supply unit at the main-boar. First look for visible cracks at the other side of the board, then you might need to check all the low voltage capacitors at the power unit. In most cases 100
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µFx16V located just next to IC causes such a problem. Only one TV out of 430 had actually defective IC itself, and TV was stil working after 6.26mins. So in your case I'd check low voltage part of the power unit.
When this same thing happened to me, I unplugged the Wii power supply from the wall (not just from the back of the Wii) and let it sit unplugged for about 10 minutes. When I plugged it back in, everything was fine.
Try unplugging the printer from the computer, then turn off the printer with the Power button, next unplug the power cord from the printer for 5 minutes or longer, now plug the power cable back in and turn on printer without connecting to the computer. If the lights have stopped flashing, reconnect to the computer (if using USB) or power off first if using a parallel cable.
Add comment if still having trouble. Hope this helps.
Try removing the RTC battery (real time clock) and hopefully (for you) this is what is also keeping the CMOS memory. So, take theat out, wait about 15 minutes, put it back in, reboot and tell us your resutls.