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I don't know what the problem is

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i'm having trouble with my computer.

I'm able to turn it on, but when i hit the on button, nothing appears on the monitor. I've also realized that my computer is not as noisy as before this problem occured.

Pls help and advise me on what i should do. Thanks

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Sounds like a fried motherboard, this usually happens with old computers that are used alot and get overloaded, you need to get a new one, good news is that all of your data is safe, and a new motherboard will not affect it any way

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