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Motherboard wahla when the motherboard is powered the onboard green light comes on but no beep is heard or any display on the monitoring screen is seen. what do i do?

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    when the motherboard is powered the onboard green light comes on but no beep is heard or any display on the monitoring screen is seen. what do i do?

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Resit the ram,try with another power supply,if problem is not solved then your display adapter is bad, send the board for repair

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