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Computer wont boot up, power light comes on but wont recognize monitor. just before it started doing this , the computer would come on and start to boot up, when the windows status bar came up the computer would completely shut down.

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There are many reasons for this problem i want u to tell me that did u install any program before this happened or power failure leading to immediate shutdown.
problems can be
1.there might be problem with due virus
2.it might be a problem of hardware failure of harddisk
3.it can also be that there might be bad sectors created on hard disk
right now what solution i can provoide is if boot from cd and try install fresh copy of operating system.u will have option of formatting only the c drive keeping rest of the drives with your data

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  • Step 2 If you're starting from a button on the keyboard, make sure the keyboard is connected to the computer.

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