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Most commonly this is called a bios loop, this is due to the fact of a currupted bios command or a damaged cpu. to eliminate bios you must disconnect battery and cmos battery usually located where memory is, cmos battery is a small cable attached to a metal disk. unattach hard drive and restart computer. after restart shut down computer and reattach battery. again start computer without hard drive. if bios screen does not appear and same sceneario occurs then your CPU is fried. If bios screen does appear and you reinstall hard drive and get same boot error then your boot sector of hard drive is gone.
Due to black screen at boot and boot loop I would say ypur cpu is gone.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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