My computer has been dead in the water for several weeks now and I am not sure what the problem is. I think an electrical storm may have fried my power supply, but I am not sure. Here are the specs on my "clone" system: MB: Intel D101GGC (w/onboard audio and video) CPU: Intel P4 511 LGA775 (04A Platform) PSU: RaidMax ATX 12V 380W RAM: 1GB (2-512MB) PC-3200 Single Channel DVD: Sony 16X CDRW: Sony 52X/32X/52X HDD: Maxtor SATA 200 GB 7200 RPM When I opened up the case and looked inside, with the power cord plugged in, the motherboard has a green LED light that indicates the MB is receiving power. When I tried to turn on my computer I guess it is the CPU, but it makes a funny clicking sound and the the fan over the CPU tries to turn, but stops immediately. When I turn the fan blade with my finger it turns freely, so I know it is not the bearings in that fan. I have been to Intel.com and followed all their recommended steps to troubleshoot this problem, but no solution, as of yet. I have unplugged all devices from the power supply, except the 4-pin (12V) power connector and the 20-pin main power connector and the CPU fan and nothing has changed. What else can I do? What is a definite indicator that it is a power supply problem and not a MB or CPU problem? Please Help! Thanks!