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Computer won't start, no action at all.

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john3347

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.