The last thing users need to happen when they’re about to jump on their PC is for it not to turn on. There is a possibility that your computer may not switch on because the power supply is broken or has died.
If the computer’s power supply is malfunctioning, the components of the machine will not receive sufficient electricity to function normally. The age of the power supply, faults made during production, or power spikes are some of the potential causes of a non-functioning or malfunctioning power supply.
In the event that there is a power surge, a greater number of components than usual will need to be inspected because it is likely that the surge rendered more than one component inoperable.
For help with your PC issues, call us at 1-800-620-5285. Karls Technology is a nationwide computer service company with offices in many major cities. This blog post was brought to you by our staff at the Mesa Computer Repair Service. If you need computer repair in Mesa, AZ please call the local office at (480) 240-2950.