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Packard bell computer does not boot

When i turn the computer on the screen stays black and it doesn not boot

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    my laptops fucked completley :D

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Reset your bios settings put away cmos cell for 15 minutes .also u can reset your bios with jumpoer settings.
check your RAM refix again after clear it and its slot.

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