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If the Bios does not come on at all then it can be either the video card or the motherboard, put in a new video card to test (if integrated video then you may or may not have to disable the onboard video - depending on the motherboard). If you get Bios but no further then it is also definately the motherboard issue and you will have to swap the motherboard. If you swap the motherboard you will probably have to repair windows, if you are unlucky and have to re-install (not repair) windows you will have to reinstall the programs that you normally would use on your computer (so have the disks available). Hope this helps, Best Regards, -md
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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