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The red light on the motherboard is flashing

When i swich on the switch on, on the back of my computer tower the red light on my motherboard starts flashing. but when i push the om botton on the front of the tower to on non of the fans or anything turns on but yet the red light on the motherboard still flashes red. so what can i do to fix the problem.
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Remove any drives and then power on, if nothing displays, replug your memory card,processor and dedicated video card if there is any. Lastly reset your bios, just remove the button shape battery and then place it back.

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