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My computer cannot start

The computer was just brougth from london but it does not respond whenever i try to boot.I have changed a number of VGA and i have also changed the memory but there is still the same problem

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    can you explain more of what is happening please

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Look at the back of the computer. there is apower selector next to the power cord.
change that from 240v to 110v.

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