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My pc won't boot, either from it's HD or from a CD. I have an POST-PCI-Card that yields an error code FF, which means "correct boot device not found" -OR- possibly "Initialize video". Any ideas?

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Usually when this occurs, there's some sort of conflict in your Bios settings .its the problem of main board.the bios settings are got corrupted or missing or deleted or getting blocked due to viruses in the system.the main mother board has to be checked by a technician.as he will connect the board to the oscillo and check out the fault in the mother board and through the card reader check the faulty area and reset the bios settings.it requires a perfect professional to do this.it will take good amount of time .and its 50 --- 50 chance.many times the bios setting do not get resetted so whole mother board needs replacemnt. the cost of new board can be near to $70
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