Did i trip a little breaker or something?
Hi all i have a question. A bad storm blew in with lots of lightning. And i have yet to get a real surge protector, so i though it best to unplug my gaming rig just to be on the safe side. So, i told vista to "Shut Down" and the computer turned off as usual. Then i reached back behind it and unplugged the power supply cord from the power supply and let it dangle. Well, the storm passes and i go to plug 'er back in... and she wont power on. I checked all the connections, everything is plugged in good. Even the power button. I know power is getting to the motherboard cause there are these little blue lights at the top of the 750i FTW board that are glowing just like they always do. But i just cant get the system to start up at all. Even the power button that is on the motherboard itself fails. So what could be going on here? Remember, i powered off the computer and unplugged it before the big storm. It must have not liked me unplugging it, but i dont see why or what i did. There are no little breakers or buttons of any kind anywhere on my PSU. It is completely void of them. The manual to it says that they are internal and automatic. Any ideas?
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