I have a problem with my desktop. The desktop will startup (nothing on the monitor) and there's light on the motherboard and power supply to the fan and all components but after like 10 seconds it will auto shutdown. I tried changing the a new fan for the CPU as i realised the old one was faulty and also tried changing the BIOS battery but nothing work. Could kindly assist? Thanks.
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Re: Desktop Startup and Shutdown almost immediately
- did you check your monitor is working? - disassemble and assemble your hardware and properly installed but first you need to clean all parts. - when you try to test again disconnect the Hard Disk only try to make a display for safety. - make sure all parts is properly inserted.
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Restore the Startup Sound in Windows 7
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