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Pc wont stay on

At first it would start and randomly die (not shut down of restart die).
i mest around in the bios screen now it stays on but its just a black screen wont even boot. when i started up sometimes i would have to push the power buttin 10-15 times untill it booted.

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  • tho-masking Apr 02, 2008

    the motherboard seems ok power supply is set to 115 but i cant get into the bios screen to change anything in there. the ram is ok its new this problem was happening before i upgraded. i tried the other pci-e slot and removed my secondary HD theres nothing left in there accept the video card (also new) 2 Gigs of ram mother board and processor.

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Check your power supply,earhing problem .proper voltafe .
clean your ram,processor and its position.
check that your bord dont touch the cabinet.
other wise i think your bords register or diode transistor are corrupt.
repair your motherbord chipset if above try are not succes

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