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Computer Wont Turn On

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#1 Boolga


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Posted 05 November 2012 - 07:06 PM

I bought my computer about a year ago off IBuypower. It's a windows 7 model and I'm not sure how to check the other specs of it. Recently it has been having issues turning on. It wouldn't respond when I hit the power button so I turn the power switch off and on after a couple of seconds. This works sometimes but recently I couldn't play League of Legends so I uninstalled and re installed the program. When I launched the program my computer suddenly shut off with no warning. I did my power turn on and off trick and it turned on and I went into safe mode and reset my computer to when I installed League of Legends. This time when I logged in it shut off instantly and now the trick doesn't work. It will turn on however for a split second making the lights and fans run for half a second at best. If you need more information about my computer I'll need instruction on how to find out. I cannot get on my computer so don't ask for specs that requires me to be on it. I don't know much about the hardware so if it's not an easy fix I'll probably just take it into a computer repair shop. Thanks for the help.

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#2 Hadnjury


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Posted 05 November 2012 - 10:23 PM

Most likely the power supply failed. You can buy a tester and test it yourself easily or you can have the shop check it out for you
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