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Computer boots up windows logo come on blue bar going across screen then nothing just black screen

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    running dfi ut nf4 sli dr and two geforce 7800 gt oc in sli

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Dear sir,

Its not the motherboard problem, ur operatingsystem(O.S) was corputed.

Pl reinstall or repair the O.S depending on ur data importance

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