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Computer wont Boot up normaly

I see the LED light up and i hear the fans but it wont i dont here the beep i usally here when it boots up and nothing comes on the display screen.

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  • e4g63tcrazy0 Jan 24, 2009

    I tried to reset and that did not work.

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First romove the power cable. then remove the ram, then remove the agp or pci express if you have. Then adds this thing together. add power cable.

Start the computer.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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    ehsan amin Jan 25, 2009

    remove the bios battery, wait for 5 minutes , then add the battery.
    start the computer. if the computer is not start, please check the processor, ram and in to another computer.
    change the power supply for check.


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