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AlvhertQ
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Power Supply Replacement

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Pavilion a4311 f-b
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello To all,

 

My cousin send me his Computer Set (slightly used). Brought from US.

its HP Pavilion a4311f-b.

 

Now, I was very shock to what just happen.

The Power Supply of the CPU just got fries when i turn it ON.

 

I know US power voltage is different from the Philippines.

I Plug the power cord to 110V on my AVR.

 

- Can i found a replacement of it with the same 110 voltage type, here in Philippines?

- or is it possible that i can replace the Power Supply of the CPU into 220V type?

 

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@AlvhertQ 

Aside from it being 10 years old.  I can not guarantee you did not fry the motherboard.

1) The PSU did have a switch: 250-watt (max) power supply (Zinfandel), Bestec ATX-250-12V) - 100-120VAC and 200-240VAC input (switch selectable), 50/60Hz.

2) It will not accept a modern graphic card. Only cards that are circa early 2012 or older 2011-2009 will work, and that does require a more powerful switchable PSU.

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