Has your desktop power supply failed? Does your desktop not turn on at all? Chances are the power supply has died. There is a slim chance that your processor or motherboard has failed, but I’ll show you a quick way to determine that.
Here’s how to determine if your desktop computer has a power supply failure:
- If your desktop has no power, try a different power outlet. Maybe you’ll get lucky.
- If that doesn’t work, make sure your power switch is on a the back of your tower.
- If still no power, open up your desktop case while the computer is turned on. If there is a green, yellow, or amber light inside on your motherboard, that means that the power supply does, in fact, work and either your processor is dead or your motherboard is starting to fail.
- If your desktop case shows not light from your motherboard, than your power supply is the culprit and should be replaced.
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