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    Thought for the Day!

    Thought my PSU (been informed in this forum that it is crap anyway), was 'up-the creek,' so ordered a new one which will arrive tomorrow, better quality I hope.

    Today though, discovered one of my HDs had decided to go U/S and refused to work, which was stopping the computer from operating correctly. Not the PSU at all (yet!). So I now have a reasonable spare PSU.

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    Re: Thought for the Day!

    Might have been the PSU that killed the HDD!

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    Re: Thought for the Day!

    Indeed, a failing power supply can quite easily take other components out along with it.

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    Re: Thought for the Day!

    well why did you think it was the PSU in the first case??

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    Re: Thought for the Day!

    Indeed it was not the PSU. The DVD was the culprit. None the less I now have a reasonably good PSU (Corsair TX650W,) and my 'crap' one for emergencies!

    regards

    acro666

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