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Normally this would indicate a problem with one of 5 main things. Ram, CPU, Video card, power supply or System board. One thing I would try is to reset the bios. Unplug the power cord from the computer and hit the power button. This will release any unspent power from the power supply. Pull the jumper off of the system board by the battery and switch it to the other jumpers and then back to the original settings so that you start out as if the board was fresh from the box. If you dont see the jumper for doing this you can also remove the battery and then put it back in to reset the bios. If that doesnt do it, try the ram. I dont know the specs on this board so if you are using a plug in video card try another one. There is ram on the card and it or the GPU can be bad. Finally (besides the system board or CPU) make sure that you have a power supply that will run everything correctly.
Hope this helps you narrow it down.
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