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Thread: Power Problems

  1. #1
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    Power Problems

    Hi everyone
    I have a problem with powersupply. I change another psu and tried still no power. then I changed battery still no power. Is anyone can help me what to do next. System is PII just 1year old

    Advance Thanks
    cassim

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    Try a new lead or change the fuse, is the PSU set for your Volts (230 UK).
    Does the fan on the PSU spin?
    Try another wall socket\outlet.
    Sometimes your the pigeon, sometimes your the stache.

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    If you tried a different power supply and the problem continues, it is likely that the problem is not the power supply. What are the symptoms of the problem (in detail please)? We may be able to help you figure out what else it might be.....
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    power problems

    Thank you for your replies
    The real problem is if I turn on the computer no power at all.that's all. what are the other informations you need please

    Thank you
    cassim

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    It would be beneficial to our helping you if we knew what you were doing just prior to the problem. Did you add anything to your pc? Were you browsing and maybe got hijacked?

    Were you inside your system and knocked something loose?

    What are your system specs and please supply a timeline leading up to the problem.
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    Also, when you say "no power at all" do you mean there are no lights, no fans spinning, nothing at all? Unless you have 2 bad power supplies, which seems unlikely, it is probably something other than a power supply problem, but there is usually some indication of power somewhere if it isn't the power supply.
    Budfred ..... Caveat Emptor....

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