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Remove the card then see if it starts up. If so, then it is a problem with the card. If not, check and see if the memory sticks are still firmly in place. remove those and then reinstall. as far as bios all you do there is enable or disable wireless but should not have anything to do with computer booting up. Give it a try and good luck!
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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