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My computer stopped working

The fan and power supply work beacuse when you connet an mp3 to charge it will charge it. the cpu once i took it off was all bend rom the pins..so i think thats the problem but im not sure. i want to upgrade my cpu but i dont know what processor my motherboard supports. i have an HP pavilion a 400n and i dont know the motherboard model or nothing about it.. the old porcessor it had was an intel celeron 2.7GHz

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  • dreameraztec Jan 06, 2009

    well the monitor works and i know that for a factn so does the mootherboard

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The screen might be broken because thats what happened to me and i got a new screen and it worked again try and do that or get a new mother board because if *********** board dosent work certin things on your computer wont work

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