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The "media test failure" message usually occurs when it tries to boot from LAN instead of the hard drive. It most likely says something about an Intel/Marvell PXE Boot Agent. If it does, then you'll have to disable the LAN Boot ROM in the system setup boot configuration.
you can contact with the dealer where you buy it, here is the address of inletBangalore
Intel Technology India Pvt. Ltd. #136, Airport Road, Bangalore Karnataka 560 017 India
Sarjapur 1, 2 Devarabisanahalli Village Sarjapur Ring Road Bangalore Karnataka 560 037 India
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1: Check wether the on/off button on your power supply is turned to on.
2: Check your cables. Try switching with those from other pc's.
3: Check wether all the connections from power supply to the mainboard/ram/video/harddisk are OK.