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My processor won't start

Hi, this is venkat, i have zenith pc p4 3.0 GHZ. i have some problem with my pc i.e. for my processor power not yet come, but sometimes power was coming and it swicthed on & no display whereas sometimes power was not coming to processor. i reinsert the processor but there is no use. so Plz, help about this problem.

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    I tried for power supply also. but still i have problem with my processor

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I guess your Power Supply Unit causing the problem, try using other power supply

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