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Computer Won't turn On


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MkLoe

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I have an old powerSpec computer and the computer was working fine but then I tryed to turn it on and it wouldn't. I have it apart, do I have to buy another swtich, power supply? or can I do a quick fix? How can I tell what's broken

Thanks

Edited by MkLoe, 16 March 2007 - 09:25 PM.

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If you have it apart you can't do a quick fix.
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what does that mean? I said quick Fix as in to do something relatively fast without buying anything or spending much money.
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Welcome back MKLoe :blink: Boy do you see to be having some difficulties with hardware lately :whistling:

Well to start off, do you see any lights on the motherboard?
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lights? when I turn on? I get absolutly nothing. Plugs were in pressed button and got nothing. I am gonna buy a used pwoer supply and see how that goes. I'll keep u posted.
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Ok, quick question The computer that wont Turn on Is a PowerSpec 6620
with a 250W power supply.

Would a 200W power supply from a Dell Dimension XPS P60 work?

Could I swap them?

EDIT : I tryed but Pins on to the MObo are not the same.

Edited by MkLoe, 17 March 2007 - 08:35 PM.

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