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My name is hamad

My problim is my computer motherboard in falt he give no display

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    hamad afzal Mar 18, 2008

    hai hamad you should change your board

  • hamad afzal
    hamad afzal Mar 18, 2008

    hai ma na ap sa pahala bhi kaha ha ka ap apna mother board change karla

  • hamad afzal
    hamad afzal Mar 18, 2008

    please change your pc

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Plz you see requirments of your motherboard and touch your grafic card with *********** board and open windos if your windows xp very eassy accept your card

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Hi, sounds to me you have a fault with the graphics card or motherboad, does the pc turn on at all. Thanks

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