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Bios boot probleme

When a switch on my system only the processor 's fan run.
the post beep sound does came and anythings appear on scream
pls help

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  • kouameherman Sep 22, 2008

    when a switch on my system only the processor 's fan run.
    the post beep sound does not came and anythings appear on scream
    pls help



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Your windows might have gon corrupt or your motherboard has a hardware problem so you should contact your manufacturer

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