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Unread 18-06-2013, 03:46 PM   #1
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PC not booting up

Just got a new case for my pc and in the process of moving everything over a cable came loose on my PSU (see photo). It will turn on but the shut off after 15 or so seconds. Is this cable fixable or should i just order a new PSU?

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Re: PC not booting up

Easily fixable. You'll need a replacement for that internal metal bit and a specialised crimping tool. You should be able to get those from Maplin or your country's equivalent. You can probably get the right stuff from Amazon but I would suggest taking it to a (hardware) store so they can look at it and tell you exactly what you need.
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Is there any beep sound on system booting time?
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It doesn't matter. If a power connection is loose that has to be fixed.

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