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When i turn on my pc it never turn on but the red light is there like it was loading and no beep then my monitor was blank...but sometimes it run and has a beep but sometimes it restart when you use it what could be the main problem of my pc?pls help me tnx!!!but the fan still running

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There are a lot of things it could be. Is this a new build or some thing that you have been using that started acting up?. Start be removing all the cards in it that you don't need. Then remove all the cables from the drives. See if it will boot. If it does start adding the cards and drives one by one until you find the one that is causing the trouble. If it still don't boot then check out your cpu or power supply.

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