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I have a EVGA 590 SLI MOBO. I shut my computer off last night before i went to bed and this morning when i try to start it up it starts to boot until the code "C3" displays on the mobo then shuts off. Nothing has changed in the configuration recently and it was running fine on shutdown just last night.

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Reseat RAM, CMOS, unplug all periphrials and re-plug them in. Re-boot. If this does not work consult a repair shop.

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