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I have a Media Center M1070N Desktop. Suddenly, I can't power it on. Any ideas, how to proceed?

HP Pavillion M1070N Media Center Desktop. Windows XP. The system was working fine. Next morning, it does not turn on. Checked all connections.

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Re: I have a Media Center M1070N Desktop. Suddenly, I can't power it on. Any ideas, how to proceed?

Mercin, welcome to the forum.

 

Since the computer is over 7 years old, I believe that the power supply unit (PSU) has failed.  The symptoms that you describe are exactly what happened to me when my PSU failed.  Here is a guide that will help you troubleshoot the problem. 

 

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