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Many scenario is possible with a Blank Screen.
First is a defective power supply. You can check whether your PS is working through your case fan, at the back of your CPU case.
Next, a dead motherboard./cpu. You can isolate the board/cpu by removing all the devices connected to the board (Hard disk, cards, memory card, etc). If you can hear a beep sound during power on, then the board and processor is good. We are down with the memory and the video card. You can install first your memory module (one module at a time). Power on. Then your video card.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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