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My computer won't come up any more

I was having problems with my video shaking then wthe last time i got it to come up the desktop was all messed up. Now it starts to come up it makes it to the windows splash screen then the monitor says no signal and the power light stays on but the hard drive light has no activity.

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  • Pete Cook Nov 27, 2007

    My card only has 128 MB of memory in stead of 256

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I think you may be having problems with the video card...if it's still under warranty, I suggest an RMA from wherever you bought it.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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    Zoilo McCrocklin Mar 15, 2008

    After reviewing your problem further, I say that you do have a problem with your video card. I have the same video card, manufactured by Crucial and this card works well for me. I suggest getting a warranty replacement if your card is still under warranty.

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