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Hi, Computer is not able to start because its not able to perform POST. CMOS/BIOS is not starting.Nothing displayed on monitor when starting computer. I had reinstalled XP then when i had reset BIOS by Jumper setting as per manuals...pc not starting. i have Checked power supply . its fine.. RAM is also fine.. But when i m starting computer.. nothing dispalyed on Moniter. Monitor is also fine.. I have checked motherboard without any IDE, HDD,RAM... fan running fine.... Computer was working fine on previous day of problem. What may be the exact problem? Previously when i was starting pc, sometimes it was giving error as "Verifying DMI Pool Data" error. but I think it may be due to bad sector.

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Bad leads
try replacing all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA and the ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive they probably be faulty
hope this helps good luck

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