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System not booting

I already checked both these possibilities.
I also tried booting another working system with my
hard disk that also works.
I also checked the RAM that is also working on another system.
I think the bios itself is not loading.

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Just go to the intel webpage and download the latest bios for ur motherboard put them on a floppy and install them then try booting ur pc... this should work

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