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first turn off your pc, open the right side panel of your pc and locate the memory card. after locating, pull it out and clean it with a pencil eraser, if you have separate motherboard, clean it also. and then turn your computer on, if the problem goes again, the faulty part might be your computer memory or the separate video card, if you have one.
Note: if you cant' do one of these tips.just have your computer repair by a professional comp. technician.
Hi, For any motherboard the power and the jumper settings are common. Please clock on the below link or copy and paste it in your browser. The entire pc assemble is given.
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