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My conputer doesn't not want to power on

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jamie_gonzalez, Nov 4, 2011.

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  1. Jamie_gonzalez

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    MY computer is a compaq presario s0000 and it keeps shutting down on me now the power is on but the fan over the processor is not spinning and the monitor is not showing the green light by the fan and the power cord blinks over and over again how can i fix this i tried cleaning it and checking if any of the wire are lose but nothing seems to work
     
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    It sounds like either a power supply problem of some sort or possibly a problem with the motherboard.
     
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    I literally just encountered a problem like this on my own build. Turns out the power cord going into the power supply was all wibbly wobbly. Aside from an obvious problem like that, I would venture to say you have a power supply problem. If you have a spare, switch em out and see what happens. If not, try loading your system with one stick of ram. I'm not sure if you've screwed with your BIOS, and by no means Am I saying that you have, but the more components you test, the more of a chance you have at pinpointing the problem.
     
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