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Toshiba a135-s2276 will not boot

I recently bought some new RAM for my toshiba a135-s2276 and it began to periodically freeze on me. Problems have progessively gotten worse as I can now not even boot up the thing. I get no visual feed upon turning it on and it almost sounds like the PC just stops. DVD drive still functions and I can open and hear it spin the disc. I've tried reinstalling the old RAM as well and that does not help, still no visual. Any ideas? I've tried a few already but am open for new ideas.

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First try to reset bios by make short in cmos battery. If it doesnt work turn it off then remove battery, connect adopter power then turn it on, also if doest work press number one hold then turn it on.


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