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Has power, but will not post up or go thru boot

Has power, but will not post up or go thru boot sequence

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Hello my friend,if you sure that is having power and is not motherboard or CPU error then you should try resetting your bios settings or check if the bios battery is dead.You should take it to a repair shop to take a look or tell me if you want to try to change the cmos battery but remember that the warranty will be void and you may harm your computer.

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