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1.This means that your comp is supplying power to the comp...
2.check video cable...unplugg and replugg...
3.Still not resolved...unplugg all the devices from the back including the power cable...
4.then press and hold the power button for 20 sec...then connect the power cable keyboard mouse and the monitor cable...
5.then try to start the comp...
6.still not fixed...switch the voltage selector at the back...
7.still not fixed need to reset the ATX cable inside the comp...
8.Still not fixed can be a hardware problem...

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