Originally Posted by AtomicFrost;13638400
Is that with or without a load attached to the PSU? (Fans, HDD, etc)
If that is with a load connected when you tried to jump start it then it is dead (I have read of some PSU's not jump starting without a load).
Did you try to jump start it with a paper clip?
I did without load, I unplugged everything. I thought that is the common way, since the guide had pics without anything attached. Should I try with stuff attached as well?
I did it with a paper clip, yes. And it clicked like before as I said, so there was contact.
Originally Posted by hzac;13639210
How long are in you Japan for? Maybe an investment to get a new powersupply with a japanese powerchord?
I will be here for a long time, so not a bad idea, if I can just make sure it's not the adapter but the PSU.
EDIT: OK this might sound weird but it just started working suddenly. As I'm using an universal adapter the teeth or spikes or whatever you call them go in and out if you wanna switch for a different country setting. I put them in and back out, and now it works again. Damn weird, they were fully out before too so it couldn't have been that.
Thanks for everybody for contributing.Edited by diegamel - 5/26/11 at 3:53am