Unplug the cable and it light should go out too.
The why it does that is on the web so back to your PC. Unplug the AC then press and hold the power button for about 60 seconds. Release, apply the AC cord and try again.
Today, my desktop PC suddently wont start. I put it into hibernate and went away for an hour, and when I came back, it wont wake back up.
I have observed the following:
The PC does not start in any way. No fans start running. Screen does not respond. No lights turn on. Nothing, at all.
However, the ethernet card does seem to have power. The light on it is on.
I have tried leaving the PC alone for a long time and then try and turn it on.
Since the ethernet card does have power, I suspect it might be something as simple as the power on button on the PC that is broken. However, usually if I unplug the power cable and plug it back in, the PC starts up. Also if cutting the power on the lightswitch on the wall, and turning it back on, boots the PC. However, this does not work either. Of course I do not power off my PC in the switch, but ocasionally when I have turned off everything when on vacation, and I get back home, the PC boots when i flip the switch.
So, I am not sure if it is the UPS, since the ethernet card is powered, but I might be wrong.
Thanks in advance,