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No display but the cpu fan is blowing (running) no beep

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Ive had a lot of reapair jobs with that motherboard and everytime it has turned out to be a blown motherboard. Test the memory first by trying just 1 stick at a time and if you wish to replace the motherboard do NOT buy the same model. Cheers from Scott please dont forget to vote

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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