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Hi all...!!! Power failed and came back minutes later. Can't start HP Media Center M7060n Green light on back flashes slow when power not connected, slower when power cord connected but I press the ON button and nothing happens...help...!!!

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  • htrucco Jun 10, 2009

    Thanks...I have tried a few things regarding the flashing light and I think it's the power supply. I will replace it and see...

    Thanks again...

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Your hardrive has been corrupted due to the power failure.also it may have surged when power was reinstated .unless u have surge protection. if u didnt you may have burned power supply or mother board.

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On HP computers, I believe that this means that the power supply or the motherboard is bad. I assume that the outage was due to the thunderstorm and you may have received a surge. In your manual, there should be diagnostic light codes where they will outline the exact meaning. Again, to the best of my knowledge, this means that there is a bad power supply or a motherboard.

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  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2009

    a bad harddrive would still allow the system to post, so try the power supply first.

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