Question about Computers & Internet
Try to go BIOS AND CHECK THE DISPLAY,IF THE DISPLAY IS OK THEN TRY BELOW
1.check the power connection of the computer
2.check the power connection for monitor or any loose connection.
still nothing is coming do the next.
turnoff the computer completely,disconnect the powercabel,disconnect all the external devices press and hold down the power switch on the tower for 30 seconds,reconnect the power restart the computer.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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