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WHEN I SWITCH ON MY DESKTOP COMPUTER , IT MAKES A BUZZING SOUND. THE FAN IS GOING BUT NOTHING IS SHOWING ON THE SCREEN.

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Please check whether your cables are connected properly,if needed clean them.try your monitor to check with with your friend's computer.

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If it still won't boot count the beeps and how long they are and post back here.


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