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PC Just Not Going

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My mates son flicked the switch on the power supply from 230v to 115v while it was going. We got a new power supply but there's no life now, the fans go but there's no welcoming beep or anything. Could the whole motherboard be fried??
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Hi messtos :D
You need to provide information about your computer, this includes is it
a custom build or brand name such as Dell or HP and if it is provide the
model name or series number, motherboard , PSU and any add on card details
will also help others to help you better.
The answer to your question unfortunately is yes but in addition to the MB
any number and possibly all other components may be damaged with the CPU
being a most likely candidate followed by the Ram, HDD, CD/DVD drives and
any add on cards.
Provide the requested details and we can then help you do some troubleshooting.
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