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Old July 5, 2012, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by dandelioneater View Post
Maybe try a different electrical outlet and take the side panel off and see if there are any led's illuminated on the motherboard when you plug the psu it. If there is that means there is power to the board. Then try powering it on again.
There are no lights on the motherboard, although I don't remember it having lights even while it was on. What I do notice is that every time I reconnect it some power reaches the computer, because when I press on the power button it flashes red for a sec, and the fan on the heat sink tries to spin, but again ONLY for 1 sec or so. The outlet where it is plugged in works just fine, because I tried charging my laptop from there and it worked. Anything else I could do at this point?
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