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My pc won't boot

Everytime i turn on my pc, i only see on my monitor screen a green grid... and if i turn of my CPU the grid turns to white... i am using a geforce video card, and it is working on other p.c... what should i do..?

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If all OK, it's seems you PC is correctly booting and running succesfully an operting system like Windows.
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