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About computer my computer is not all all opening,when i turned on the computer cpu has also sound and monitor is also on.but the monitor seems to be fully blanked.is it bios setup gone or harddisk gone?

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    How does one check the bios cell?



    I'm having a RAM nightmare with my 775VM800.

    I upgraded from two 512Mhz chips to two 1 gig chips DDR 400Mhz.

    Machine has trouble starting, loops a lot.

    I tried variations of the 1 gig and 512 Meg; no luck.



    IS there a diagnostics test that can identify any 775VM800 probs?

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CHECK THE RAM, remove it from the slot then insert it again, also check your bios cell, place a new one,
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