Unfortunately, you've not told us what you've tried so far or which country you came from.. First, you need to make sure you have the correct electrical current setup. (A quick lookup indicates the power supply may have come from Kuala Lumpur or Malasia. Yes?) Here in the US, we use a 110-115 volt outlet and many other countries use 220-230 volt. Does it already say it's set to the correct voltage? Have you tried simply moving the red switch on the back of the power supply to correct the voltage from the power supply?
Also, in a move from another country, there was probably a lot of knocking around and as such, the various connections between parts could have shaken loose. Try taking the panel off the side of the computer tower, then reseat all the various cabling, making sure to UNPLUG the computer from power first..
Of course, there could actually be damage to the internal parts but you'll need to tell us more about what exactly happens when you attempt to start the computer up. No video at all?
Hope this helps.
First time on this forum
Hi, my PC has decided to quit on me after moving to the US. The PC doesn't boot, and only the processor fan seems to run.
Windows 7 64bit
8Gb ddr3 ram
Asus Nvidia GT610 SL
Intel Pentium D
AVF Power Supply: PS500-F1V2