Re: What kind of Computer is this?
The case is un-identifiable.
(well you could perhaps identify the case, but that won't help know who made the PC probably).
take the power supply out and look at the connectors it has, and the power rating written on it. that should help you identify what power supply you need to get to replace it. (type, connectors and power rating).
also when you take the PSU out -which you'll need to do to repair or replace it, plug it in and connect a wire on the main big plug that powers the motherboard between the pin that has the green sense wire going into it an the pin next to it (with the black wire) there is one on either side and it doesn't matter which one you choose.
that'll help you find out if the power supply is actually broken, or whether there is a problem with the main board.
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