Last Friday an enormous thunderstorm hit the triangle area of North Carolina, so intense in fact that one of the jolts of lightning knocked out my house's power. The power reset within a few seconds, however my computer's power did not come back. Ive been trouble shooting for a few days now, Ive tried re-plugging in everything and even swapped in an older power supply. So far; nothing. Specs: PSU ANTEC|TP3-650 RT CPU INTEL|C2D E6600 2.4G 775 4M R HD 320G|WD 7K 16M SATA2 WD3200AAKS MB EVGA 122-CK-NF63-TR NF680I 775 R VGA EVGA 320-P2-N811-AR 8800GTS CASE LIANLI|PC-7B PLUS II BLK RT MEM 1Gx2|CORSAIR TWIN2X2048-6400 R Concurrent things that I have noticed have been my LEDS being completely active reguardless of power supply. The blue one on the top right of the MOBO stays solid and does not blink what so ever, reguardless of power supply. The orange and green ones towards the front stay on, however the orange is clearly brighter than the green. The neon green LEDs on the back of the Ethernet ports are also on. When I hit the power button there is absolutely no noise, and no reaction in any of these lights. Ive tried a new power cord also (also different socket). Dust is minimal, and I highly doubt that dust is the problem when it was clearly the lightning that caused this. Thanks ahead of time, I really need this up and working by next monday. PS: I personally think its the power supply that has been damaged but not totally knocked out, the current it sends out is so low that the motherboard can not switch out of standby.