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HP slimline computer is not starting up correctly for the first time. The monitor remains on standby.

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    are getting any beeps from the computer?

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Check monitor connections. If this dont work you may need to check into a video card for your machine. It could be the bios but i doubt it and to update that needs to be professional help.
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