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I need to run my PC on a different voltage, but there is no switch to change the line voltage
Explanation: The PC is currently set to 110 volt input, but needs to be able to run at 220 volts (or vice-versa) and there is no voltage switch on the back of the power supply.
Diagnosis: Sometimes there actually is a voltage switch, but it is hidden, either intentionally or unintentionally, under labels or covers on the back of the PC. Otherwise, you will need to use a voltage converter.