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I have a PCI sound with gameport. It certainly does work (viz. gameport and sound card both play) but the real problem starts when I unplug the system and plug it again after some time.....It does not boot.... there are faint sounds like system is trying to boot but the screen does not show anything the indicating lights on CPU shows to be all on and working, DVD drives ( i have two) show blinking ..Please help ....what's wrong... PS : My system does boot if pull the PCI card out of slot

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Your pci sound card is not adjust bay ,may be it is lose or displace so when any hardware is not connect proply then copmuter trouble.

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