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Do I have a problem with my graphics card????

When I start my pc the monitor and keyboard
will not come on. I have checked the monitor on another pc and it works so it’s not that.

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    Could you please briefly describe what happens when you turn on your PC?



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Try Advanced system Optimizer available at cnet and acracked one is also available from uTorrent.Install it and during startup enable NUMLOCK on the keyboard during boot up. This should solve the problem unless your PC requires a seperate driver for the Keybord, in that case update the driver too.........sodeep

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