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SYSTEM BOOT IS SOOO SLOW

THE PC TAKES A VERY LONG TIME TO BOOT (NEARLY 3HRS).WHAT HAPPENS IS UPON POWER UP THE LED LIGHT GOES OFF AND ON AT INTERVALS FOR A LONG TIME BEFORE BOOTING UP.DURING THIS PROCESS THE MONITOR DISPLAYS NOTHING.
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The pc had two VGA one is opnboard and the other is a vga card,so i opened it aond took the vga card out and it worked with the original onboard;i then fixed the vga card back and it also worked.
the problem was that a shoddy work was done.the vga was not fixed tightly and that was the problem.

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