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I would start out by getting a power supply tester (which can be picked up fairly cheaply on Ebay) and checking out your power supply. If it is anything deeper than that, I would look into having a TECH look at it since it could possibly be a ground in the motherboard. You may also want to check and make sure that any expansion cards (memory, video) are seated correctly. If you don't have any expansion cards, it may be your onboard video going bad.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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