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PC will automatically turn ON


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SHENGTON

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Yesterday, my computer just fine then between 10 to 20 minutes somethings like "BOOM" inside my system unit. So everything goes down. When I press the power button it won't turn ON anymore. So I suspected that the problem is the PSU. I replaced PSU using my Dad's PSU just to diagnose if it's the PSU is the culprit. So when I plugged it on my computer will automatically turn on. So what's going on with my computer?

Please help me with my problem...

Edited by SHENGTON, 13 November 2007 - 11:55 PM.

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When I plugged it on the outlet the PSU fan and Processor fan both are spinning too.
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My Dad's PSU don't have yong parang switch at the back of the PSU where you can switch to 115V and 230V. While my PSU (which is already dead) have.
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