Posted 03 May 2006 - 09:04 AM
Are there any lights on your motherboard (mobo) that light up when you switch the power supply on?
Check the back of your case at the top. Look for a switch (probably black, NOT red with numbers on it!). Flick the switch one time and try powering on your computer. Any lights on the mobo yet? If not, flick the switch back and try powering on again. If the switch is labeled, make sure it's in the "ON" position. I know it's a simple thing, but I've done it myself (forgot to turn it on and wondered why it wouldn't work!).
Be specific when replying please. If this doesn't work, then you might have to replace your power supply.
Oh, go back through and check all the connections for all the wires for your entire machine...inside and out. Make sure that they're seated (connected) properly, specially the one's leading from your power supply to your mobo. Also make sure that the power wire that plugs into your power supply from the wall outlet is plugged in all the way.
Hope this helps!
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