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My computer sometime do not boot, I've got a black screen (No Signal) and hangs there until I unplug the computer from power line. My configuration is: MSI P35 Platinum Combo Bios V1.2(updated), Q6600, DDR3 Kingstone 1333(works like 1066), Power Supply 550W, MSI8600GT DDR3,WD 320GB,LGDVD etc. From the LED on my mainboard I've got Uncorrect instaled RAM...(maybe that will help) Please Help me , I will thank you forever tnx.

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  • tosethebe464 Sep 17, 2009

    How to check my CPU?
    My ram is tested with Memtest,
    Operating system is working prefectly-Win Vista x32bit,
    before that I tested my cpu with Prime tester for about 24 hours, I have some temperature issue of 71*C but without any restart or shutdown. This problem happens sometimes not always, or every day but it's still a problem .. Tnx..

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There are a lot of causes of black screen.. check the ram, or cpu.. or the vga connector.. about the booting.. be sure that your operating system is good.. if not of course not booting anymore

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