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Computer not functioning

Thank you for for the reply, I did'nt add any graphic cards or drives, i had only one hard drive sata 160 gb, and one cd rom and 512 ram nothing else. in the past month i had replace the psu from 400w to 500w atx psu beacuase i think i need to increase the power and it work for a month only and down again. i also try to disconnect all the supply to the hard drive and cd rom and turn the computer and still nothing, i tried to remove all parts including cpu and battery and put back all together but same as usaull, the cpu fan turns a split second only and stop.

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Sorry, but looks like the main board is dead (or the main CPU)
The minimum is to have the CPU and RAM installed, so the bios can be accessed.

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