#2
Computer thread.


Sounds like your PSU has failed/broken.

It could also be a motherboard problem. I'm afraid to say you'll have to wait till Overclockers get back with you. Their customer service is pretty good though!

EDIT: Have you made sure it's plugged in?
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#3
Did you unplug the computer while you were away?

There could have been some thunderstorm which could have ruined the computer.

You can also try to check if everythings plugged in, and take the computer back to the store to see wtf is wrong.
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#4
Has it been overclocked? If so maybe there's been a cooling issue, or the mobo settings weren't set correctly for the new clock speed (ie. FSB voltage etc...)
#5
usually if it doesnt work, and its a new hardware, try plugging it in, switching the power on and leave it alone for around an hour, then try turning it on.

if not, repair it (:
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#7
If nothing AT ALL happens, ie, no beep, no BIOS, no lights, then check your power supply cable or fuse.. then check the fuse in the PSU.
#8
70% of most computer problems are power supply related. Correct me if I am wrong but it should still turn on even without a CPU. But could also easily be a motherboard or wiring problem.
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Has it been overclocked? If so maybe there's been a cooling issue, or the mobo settings weren't set correctly for the new clock speed (ie. FSB voltage etc...)

they normally revert themselves if the OC isn't done properly (taking that it didnt fry itself when turned on).

But he said he was away from a week long holiday so it can't be anything with settings if it worked before.
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#11
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heya, I recently purchased this bad boy;

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-180-OK

but when I came back from my week long holiday, suddenly I press the power button and nothing at all happens =[

Anyone got any ideas what the problem/solution could be? I've tried phoning overclockers but they can't help me till monday.

Cheers,

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#12
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I call BS...

Well, for modern day games anyway.
But that sucks TS, You should take it to a shop of theirs and have them look at it. Just make sure no porn is on there ey?
Unless that's how you plan to pay them.

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70% of most computer problems are caused by user stupidity.


Fixed.


And I'm not giving TS crap, I'm just sharing my experience working in IT support for a couple years.


And yes, it's likely the PSU.
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They let you choose if you don't want an OS? Why can't we have that in America? I'd save money buy just putting Ubuntu on all my computers and not wasting money for XP or Vista..
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#15
It's probably the power supply. It may also be the motherboard. It's hard to say from the info you gave.

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