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How to fix my computer?

Any help will surely be appreciated. here's my problem. My computer doesn't on (My CPU "on switch" is not working) but my cpu is getting any signs of power flowing in it because it has lights like green lights that leads to the power switch from the CPU and fans are not turning on too (well it will turn on if my CPU will turn on too). I just switched it off awhile but when i came back it will not turn on. I already did reset CMOS, pressing the cpu switch for a 20-30 secs, reseating all my hardrives like hard disk, ram, video card, unplugging all of the plugs and plugging it back in but its still not working.

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PSU, CPU

PSU = Power Supply Unit
CPU = Central Processing Unit

When you turn the computer on, and sure the PSU switch is also turned on, does anything show on the monitor?

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PC is what?

You gave to details about your PC, new or old, model, etc..

On top of what you posted, I would just get a replacement PSU. The PSU you have installed, will or should have a decal/sticker explaining what it is, try to get a better one. Alas, this maybe part of 2-prong problem if the PSU is hosed, it may have taken something else with it or the mtrbd. is damaged in some way. This is an educated guess by the post you provided. If this is an older PC, then maybe the time&wear finally got to it. If this is a recent build or rebuild, then check your work, 100%, don't take anything for granted.

tada -----Willy Happy

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