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Computer won't power up

Yesterday I got a new computer case so I transfered all the components into the new one, plugged everything the same way and when I powered the pc a black screen came on and said I think HLNDR not found. I manage to reboot and have the windows screen, the keyboard and mouse worked and about 5 min. later nothing worked, everything stopped. So I turnes off the pc and powered it back up and now nothing comes on the screen and it's like the pc is dead, the fans work but that's about it. If you have the wiring diagram for an AOpen S760GXm-US it would be very appreciated. If you have any clue of what's wrong please tell me!!! Thank you very much

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The wiring isnt the problem i dont think, as the system wouldnt have started in the first place, the message would have read NTLDR not found, this means that the processor cannot find the system files to load windows and that there is either a hard drive fault or a system fault. If you can get into the bios you need to change the first boot device to cdrom and start the system up using your XP disc and do a system repair.

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