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Please check your motherboard and cleen it with dry and soft paint brush.then remoove the ram card/s and cleen it verywell with isopropil alchohol orany electronic cleaning solvent you have.the easyest way is surgical sprit .then fix it again and check.
after doing that plese send me the status and iwill give you more tips.

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hi
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then save settings
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then press enter when ask u to install window then press F8 KEY then esc key then u get partiton info
delete all partition follow the info for del.
then create the partition after create press enter to format with ntfs or fat 32 quick.
then wait ............................
then your sys restart and follow the instrucition ans set your sys as u like.
bye

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