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The computer does nothing its stuck in test mode

Its stuck in test mode. it says monitor is ok but thats it. I tried to shut it down but the power button does nothing so i unplugged it. when i plugged it back in it should have stayed off but as soon as i plugged it in the tower came back on. also the cd and dvd drives dont even open at all. so as stated before the comp is stuck in test mode which is a black screen.

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I think your PC got static build up just leave the PC for some hours and try pluging back the power cord.

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