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No display after restart

My PC works fine during the first time I switch on for the day & after around 20-30 mins if I restart, the display will not come. The power LED is on & fans are working but there is no display. I have replaced my motherboard with a new one (same model), but the issue still persists. When this problem occurs I even can't restart or shutdown the pc. The only way is to pull the power cable out. I can get the display again only if I keep the pc without power for 5-6 hours. But again if i restart , the problem arises.

I checked my processor, RAM, HDD & power supply with another PC and they all work fine.

Please can anyone give a idea on this problem???
Thanks in advance

PC specs ----
Foxconn 45CMX
Pentium 4 3.00GHz
512MB x2 DDR2
80GB SATA
On board sound
On broad VGA

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Bro I am having the same problem!! after searching I found that the pc gets display on my case if I remove power cord and press the power button (and holds on) of pc like 30 seconds and then reconnect the power cord and powers on!! this is how I get back display after restarting pc.   

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Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Instruction Manual & Warranty
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