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When i try to boot it up, the monitor, keyboard, and mouse don't

When i try to boot it up the monitor keyboard and mouse don't turn on and the computer just sits there on the few occasions it has booted up it only stays that way for about five minutes then it goes to the compaq logo screen and does nothing upon bootup it also says it has a missing or invalid processor microcode patch but it's always said this and worked just fine and once it was working just fine for a couple of hours and then i turned it off and it won't boot back up. Please help!!!

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Sounds like you have a failty motherboard/cpu a replacment my be an ideahope this helps if it does please rate this answer

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