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When I turn my computer on I hear fans running, then the monitor says"no signal". Nothing happens on the monitor and the computer will not boot up, even thought I keep hearing the fan sounds.

If I keep trying sometimes it will boot up, but for 2 days now all I get is the "no signal" on the monitor

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Problem
1. turn on computer
2. monitor receives signal, it looks like its working
3. it goes through some steps and then the monitor says "no signal" and kind of stays in limbo with fans running, etc.

Solution
One possibility is that computer is looking for drivers for you video card. It could be hung up looking in the wrong places. Remove all peripheral hard drives and memory sticks. Try again.

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