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No signal to monitor.......all dark

I hear the fans go when i turn it on.....that's it...nothing else.

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And im sure the screen appers to be blank and the key board lights flash once and no feed back other than the fans spinning right? . this is a common problem with asus motherboards and AMD cpu's which indicates a bad motherboard or cpu if you have acces to anouther cpu try changing to that one if that doesnt work you're motherboard is gone

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