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Hi all was ok in till i removed my hard drie affter i shut down the system and turn it off i removedthe hard drive now system will not boot back up it will power on but wont boot up ive unpluged everything and rebuilt it and ever tryed changing ddr and cpu allso still nuthing i even flashed the bios and still it wont boot please help

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First thing to do is unplug the machine, hold the power button in for 20 sec. after unplugging it, then remove the disc battery you should see in the mother board, keep it out for 60 sec. then replace it plug it back in nad reboot it. lets start from there and get back with me and please don't forget to rank this solution and if I can be of any other help let me know. Have a wonderfull day and thank you for using fixya.com

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