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Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power.
Remove the side-panel.
Look on the motherboard for a round, silver-coloured, circle,
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You're gonna have to replace the motherboard.

Check to see if it's under warranty through your motherboard manufacturer's website.

Most of them are covered for 3 years.

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