+ 0 Votes Thing to check OH Smeg 5 years ago Unplug the Mains Lead leave it a few seconds then reconnect and try to start. If it starts now replace the Power Supply. The Capacitors have started to go off and it's better to fit a new one before the rest of the computer gets trashed. If it still doesn't work with a New PS there isn't much more you can do as it is either a M'Board or CPU Problem where something has been degraded and is now so far out of Specification that it is no longer working. Incidentally just because Fans spin doesn't mean that the PS is working it just means that the PS is producing the 12 V DC it doesn't say anything about the 5 V DC or the 1.3 V DC let alone the current that is being produced by the PS. Col + 0 Votes Nah it had great hardware Slayer_ 5 years ago And functioned great, sure I could just replace it with a higher end machine, I did do that infact, but its actually slower. And windows 95, won't work properly on even the lowest end machine you can buy right now, no drivers. + 0 Votes Well if the CPU was allowed to overheat OH Smeg 5 years ago It is possible that it would degrade but it would be a one off and not a slow death. I would be looking at the PS if that was the case slowly failing. As it gets a lower Current output the system slows down . If it lasted for 2 years I would be very happy with it lasting that long but then again I would have investigated it before it got so bad and replaced what needed replacing. Col + 0 Votes hmm Snuffy09 5 years ago Id replace the power supply, or test it + 0 Votes Is replacing the computer not an option john3347 Updated - 5 years ago SinisterSlay, I may be overlooking something here, but is installing Windows 95 on a later computer not an option? If the original OS was ideal and was the factor that made your setup function as you wanted it to, why not assemble a new computer with very basic (low end) components and install Windows 95 on it and duplicate the configuration from the original machine? A power supply, motherboard, cpu, and memory chip would be about all you would have to buy. Perhaps you would buy a power supply to try and if it doesn't fix your existing computer, you would already have a power supply for the new one. Edited to add the following: No, a new power supply for your existing motherboard would probably NOT work for a new motherboard.