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Wont boot the fan and hard drive seems to have started nothing comes on the screen i have tried with 3 screens and 3 vga cables. there are no beeps which would suggest that it is not even reaching bios stage unsure where to start

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Check all connections. If you connect your pc to the mains supply and the fans run straight awayeven before turning on the computer switch ( and no beeps, no video). Well this could indicate a dead CPU. I have experienced this on 2 systems. I replaced the CPU and the motherboard and ram were OK .The CPU was totally dead and ended up in the bin!

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Make sure you are connected to the right vga output if you have a graphics card installed

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Hi there

You should first check if your fan at the back is running, if it is then the problem could be your motherboard, i also have the same problem with one of my computers but as soon as i put a new motherboard in, it worked fine. If the fan at the back isn't running, you could have already burnt out your HDD or your motherboard. I will suggest that you try a new motherboard and if that is not the problem, try a new HDD.

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