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Black screen caused by bad motherboard?Replaced graphics card, but did not help. Fans for motherboard work.

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Try to check the memory in a different computer if you have another 1 to test it in.otherwise i would take the memory moduals out and clean the contacts with a clean no lint cloth damp with alcohol,then reseat them.if that doesnt work check the cpu and the thermal paste on it to see if its still good,then reseat it,check the power supply to,then clear the bios,then reboot again.

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