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Open up the PC and reseat any connector and modules a few times. Concentrate on the RAM and Video Card if it has one, removing and reinserting them at least 5 times.
This process cleans all the contacts and ensures that everything is properly plugged in.
If it still doesn't work then there are a few possibilities. The three components that have most likely failed are power supply, RAM (memory), or motherboard. If nothing happens, no lights or beeps, then it's probably the power supply. If the machines turns on but doesn't do anything then it's most likely the motherboard. If it tries to boot up but stops and gets stuck or if it stops at different times then the memory is most likely faulty.
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