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No Signal problem

Ok this is the problem, heres the story

one day i started up my computer and so it would freeze after about 2 minutes. So i put it in safe mode and i found a trojan so i deleted it. It fixed the freezing problem but now my monitor finds no signal even though every thing seems to be tight in. (This has happened during the freezing problem, sometimes before it freezes i turn on my computer and there is no signal and i cannot even see anything. then i fixed freeze and this reaccured)

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