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SpareParts2

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Recently I booted my computer and the monitor would not display. I cleaned the entire unit. I hooked the PC to a different monitor, and still nothing. I replaced the video card and still nothing. I replaced the CMOS battery and still nothing. The light on the motherboard is green, I am sure that all the cables and components works correctly. I am unable to use the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers connected to the monitor. What could be the problem? Is there a simple or any solution that does not involve buying a new computer?
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Faulty PSU inside the system case?
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Are there any other signs this may be a faulty PSU?
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Lack of power will result in motherboard not powering up completely.
The only sure way of testing this is to try a different PSU.
It also could be a faulty cpu.
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