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Are you using a offboard video card? If you please make sure you unplug any external video card that is plugged in. If you have a offboard video card please make sure your monitor is plugged into that video card and not the onboard which is normally located near the power, Audio in/out, and Ethernet port on the back. Most external video cards are on the back located lowest to the base. This could be caused by having a bad video card.
Another possibility is your Hard Drive has gone and you will need to purchase a new one.
Bring your computer to any computer store and ask them to check if they can detect any memory on your hard drive and if there isn't any present, that means your hard drive has fried (Happens a lot). Personally all this informaiton you have provided me leads me to believe it is your hard drive.
Hope you get this problem fixed and if you have any other question's, please do not hesitate to ask. Please don't forget to rate, Thanks! :)
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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