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I've had a Dell XPS 600 for 4 or so years, and today it wouldn't turn on and it was telling me that the powersupply wasn't working correctly.

I honestly don't know much of anything about messing with the insides of computers, and I don't know what steps i'll need to take to replace it.
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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go.

If its not turning on, then "what" was telling you that the power supply wasn't working correctly?

Can you tell if the fan on the power supply is running? The supply is the component on the back that the power cord plugs in to.
Do you hear any noises such as fans or hard drives running?
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