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I was installing software, suddenly the computer swift off, i switch it on but no more signal. The cpu fan was still running but it was no picture in the monitor. I tried to test all the device in another cpu all are working the rams, hard drive, monitor, cd rom, power supply. What would be the best solution. Thank You

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    CPU Fan spins for 2 seconds but then turn off again.

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