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First and simplest thing to try is make sure printer, monitor, and anything else attatched to your computer is turned off and the main box (of course. switch off at the socket and remove plug-plugs
next check no wires have come loose in the back of your computer- leave for a few minutes (go and make a cup of tea, coffee whatever) plug something else into the socket like a radio or hairdryer to make sure a fuse haasn't blown or something.
plug everything back into sockets switch plugs back on, turn on monitor and other bits and bobs but leave the main box till last switch this on and hold the button down for about the count of 5, and hopefully all will be well. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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