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Starting computer my computer does'nt show anything when i turnned it on even my motherboard bios. The screen appears blank.

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Sorry to Hear That. do you have a graphics card if so carefully take it out and put it back in, then try again. if the system doesn't com on move to the memory sticks if there two remove both and only use one to see if the system comes on. final once the system lights are on the processor is the final arrear some times this can be the problem good luck.

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