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IBM Lenovo doesnt start. Fans are ok Ram and Graphics card attached with the system is ok( I checkd with another system). The led on front , the keyboard leds and cd driv leds turns on as soon as I press the power button. but goes off after 2 or 3 seconds. the power button remains on. Please help me

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Sounds like your graphics card and display are not properly communicating. If the card doesn't sent out a signal to the display, you will see nothing on the screen. Did you check the graphics card on another machine using the same display? If so, something different may be wrong. I am assuming your display is powered on and plugged in properly. If there is more than one video connector on the machine, you may have it plugged into the inactive video connector. If all of this checks out I suspect you have some hardware problem with the system unit.

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