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1.First, check the power strip…is it turned on? And is the wall outlet connected to a wall switch? Check the outlet. 2.Second, check both connections to the computer. 3. Unplug and replug the power cord. 4.You may have a bad power supply or motherboard has likely failed. If you have a laptop you might just need a new power cord, a good local computer repair shop will test it for free if you bring it into them ( it takes two seconds to test that cord ). ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH: The New York Giants. The Eagles led by Vince Young’s 3 interceptions still kicked the Giants butts. Gotta like that Andy Reid.