Can't boot, dead computer

December 18, 2012 at 05:33:39
Specs: Windows 7

My desk top computer just went dead and will not power on. Fans run, No lights, no sounds, nothing else. Machine is approx. 12 moths old. Prior to going dead, was acting up would not access some files or let me download some files. How do I boot up to fix.
Need help.

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#1
December 18, 2012 at 05:37:45

It sounds like your power supply went bad. If you list your system specs, someone can help you find a replacement.

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#2
December 18, 2012 at 07:32:09

"Machine is approx. 12 moths old"

Still under warranty?


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#3
December 21, 2012 at 04:07:23

@ riider, there are two warranty claims on PCs namely: Manufacturing and Point of purchase.

ILLUSTRATION:

Manufacturing Warranty: This is based on from the point of production date which can be checked online from PCs manufacturing site such as HP, DELL and many more.

Point of purchase: This is based on from whom your buy it from and date on invoice/receipt. NOTE: This is crucial when you wanted to buy a PC because you have to think of a product with after sale services, right vendor (usually authorised dealer) and time involved when support team are to fixed issues.

I would advised you tell us your PC warranty status in order to know where to help.

Thanks.


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#4
December 21, 2012 at 04:55:41

@ riider, there are two warranty claims on PCs namely: Manufacturing and Point of purchase.

That depends on where in the world you live. In the UK there is only one date that matters and that is the date of purchase. Goods that fail within the statuary twelve months of purchase are the sole responsibility of the seller. The date of manufacture is irreverent.

It may be different where you live.

Stuart


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#5
December 24, 2012 at 00:15:45

Billcar321 should please send us an update of he/she PC warranty status/type and if expired we would like to help him out on this forum.

Thanks.


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