Hello everyone, My friend stopped by my house today and asked if I could help out with his PC, and I'm a little confused. We had some really bad storms in south Texas last week, and well with storms theres lightning. His PC was turned off, but still plugged into a power strip. He told me he heard some lightning and a loud zap noise from the area where his PC was located. A few minutes later he tried turning on his PC to no avail. He went out yesterday and picked up a new power supply thinking the lightning had damaged it somehow. He plugged in the new power supply, but his PC remains lifeless. He dropped by my house with his PC and both new and old power supplies. The motherboard in his Compaq SR2013WM has a 24 pin connector, his old power supply had the 20pin with the separate 4pin *250W* if I'm not mistaken. The new power supply is exactly the same thing *250W* 20pin and 4pin. I plugged everything in and I get nothing, I did notice a small green light at the front of the PC case under the power button that turns on whenever I switch on the power supply.` One thing I noticed was that his 20pin cable from his old stock power supply was missing one white cable which the new power supply does have. I did a little research and it seems to be the -5v cable, I'm not sure if this cable has anything to do with the new power supply not working. No burn marks or anything visible, I really hope its not his motherboard that crapped out. Any Ideas would be great, thank you for reading.