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I always leave my computer on and the other morning I woke up and the computer was off. I tried to reboot but nothing happened, the screen did not flicker, no fans started up, nothing. I unplugged the power cord and waited a while and still nothing happened.

I am guessing the problem may be the power supply however there is a green light on on the motherboard. Does this mean it can't be the power supply? Any ideas?
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the green light means that the motherboard is getting power...that does not mean the power supply is good though...do you have access to another psu that you can try...it will have to be equal to or greater in watts than the one you currently have..
if the psu fan does not work ...my moneys on that its dead or dying...
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