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It won't boot up

Tell me whats wrong I HAVE A MODEL 700 HP COMPUTER DESK TOPSER#MX223A7012

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  • cricket29362 Nov 03, 2008

    where do you change the ram

  • JayGun May 11, 2010

    Is there anything displayed on the screen, if so what do you see? If not, does your computer make a beeping sound or noise?


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May be the ram or the video card or even the motherboard itself is not working. Try changing the ram.Probably it will work.

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

  • K.Sri Harsha Varma
    K.Sri Harsha Varma Nov 04, 2008

    you mean the place to purchase or the place where the ram is located??? You can purchase a branded 1gb ram for as low as 1000rs [20$].And about how to replace it:- if you are a newbie, dont try anything.Call up any hardware technician or elsetake the computer to the vendor.

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