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CRITECAL PROBLEM .

My desk top's bios sow that system fan rpm =0 and cpu =4234, and hdd ;s light staying up but my desktop is restart time by time . and whenever it shaw a bios update error ,and then desktop shutdown and no display but smps, s on and power light on but display not come and no beep from motherboard at startup .

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You could of:

A: Blown your CPU.

B. Blown your RAM.

One of them have to replaced. I suggest you try the RAM first cause it is the cheapest. if you can't do it, have your local PC shop take care of it.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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