Question about Computers & Internet
Try unpluging everything but the ram and the video card and booting and keep adding one piece back in at a time until it stops booting and then you'll know what the bad piece is. If you get nothing w/ everything but the video card and ram pluged in try to borrow someone elses ram or video card to test those as well.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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