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Hi you check your smps1st .......if power on then you check ram.....if cpu run hope your software setup delete.....plz format your pc load OS,

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2. Do you see any error message?

Step 1: We recommend you to start your computer in last known good configuration and check if the computer starts.
a. Start your computer and tap F8 key continuously to see advanced boot options.
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