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PC bootup problem

My pc does not bootup normally.The monitor says no signal but after 5 or 6 attempt it suddenly boots-up and works normally.most of the time it works normally,But sometimes the pc shuts down by itself.Please answer as soon as possible.

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Double check your connections ( the cord between monitor and computer{usually has blue ends}, they always wiggle lose) . If that doesnt fix it, buy a new cord and check for video card updates.

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