No power

  loser7 19:36 18 Mar 2007

Quick question..
i'm trying to start up a computer but there seems to be no power at all, the power lead is working so i think it is power supply or switch is there an easy way to test this or do i have to change the power supply to find out it possibly could be something else? Thanks for any advise.

  skidzy 19:38 18 Mar 2007

Possibly the psu or mobo.
Changing the psu is the quickest and easiest way before finding out if the mobo has died.

  skidzy 19:39 18 Mar 2007

Have you tried the power lead on another pc,reason said its ok.

  crosstrainer 19:39 18 Mar 2007

You have checked the fuse in the lead, so could be the fuse in the PSu but for diagnostics try this:click here

  loser7 19:45 18 Mar 2007

i used the power lead on another pc and it worked ok.. thanks for quick response's i will try another psu and keep you posted

  loser7 20:03 25 Mar 2007

i tried the psu on another pc and found that it is not working, but when i try a working psu in this pc still nothing. i have looked over the motherboard to see if there is any evidence of a blown circuit but im not sure how to tell... could the mobo have blown along with the psu??

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