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Red light and monitor will not start up

I forgot to say in my last question that when i switch on the computer it does not switch the monitor on ! ....Plus the green light and red light flash a bit periodically ...Then just the red light stays on .......
I put a new Graphics card in incase it was the built in graphics but still the computer will not turn on the monitor.....
I tried the memory card but that did not help....Thankyou

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You need to shut down the computer and pull the power cord off powersupply then remove the wire harness that goes on to the mother board then press the and hold the computer on button for 3 seconds then plug in the the harness back on the mother board and and plug in all power cords then try to turn on the computer it should give u a beep or the monitor should go from orange to green good luck e-mail me if u want [email protected]

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