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I am not getting any display even post mesage

I m having intel 946 and pentium D 2gb ram but i m not getting boot up screen from last night m trying coz i have to submit my presentation tommorow

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    before this happens , what did you do?

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Plz try by resiting the ram, if the problem is not solved then your display adapter is defective

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