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No Voltage at CPU

Green light on mother board is on, CPU fan is also work but I does not hear any kind of sound. Probabaly I have check the CPU and found that it is cool.

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Hey pls take out the ram and re fit it see if it works

and pls tell me the posttion of system in detail to get help

i think it the RAM problem

pls rate me fixya if u got help

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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