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ELECTRICITY GONE DOWN AND PC DON'T START


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I don't know what happened but when electricity stopped and then came back my pc would stuck on the start up doing some noices.And my screen don't start too.I think the problem is that a part from my pc has been "burned".
Please help.

Edited by snooplove, 01 January 2010 - 03:40 AM.

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my pc would stuck on the start up doing some noices

Are you saying it is making noises/sounds?
What kind of noise?

Are there any indicator lights showing such as power light, CD drive flashing a light that it is seen, keyboard lights, etc?

Have you tried F8 safe mode?
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sounds like you had a power surge. It probably fried something.

This is why you ALWAYS use a surge protector.
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Actually i found the problem.The ram and my ups are "burned".When i put another ram into my pc it is fine.Also when my electricity goes down ups don't do nothing just close as it would never exist.
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