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T1150 emachine Computer not booting up correctly

I push power button and don't get any lights on the front of the computer. I don't get a signal to the monitor. However, both fans are running and it sounds like the computer has booted up. The fans start running immediately when I plug the power cord into the back of the computer instead of when I push the power on button.

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Did you hear any beeps from the bios? Try to remove all the peripherals like all the PCI cards, specially the "video card", your ram's,. Once you removed and cleaned all of those, put it back,make sure that theres no loose connections and boot the computer.

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