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My brother disabled my computer. he took something out of the tower. when i turn on my computer, teh screen stays black and the light on the on button blinks. what did he take out?

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There is no way of knowing, he may have disconnected some power leads, taken the memory out, you will just have to get him to tell you. If he wont, take something out of his pc (or misplace something he likes till he tells you :)
Good luck

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