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Problem my machine dont boot even u cannot see dos mode and moreoover to it beeps when i swich it on but when i remove the bios it stops but nothing appear i have change the processor and the memory to but still nothing appear can it be my system configuration

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My computer does not send signal to my monitor i can hear it running but does nothing ive tried a new video card i dont even get a bios screen

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If you cannot access the bios at all even after a cmos clear, then bios chip is damaged, unless you can and are able fit another one you will have to replace the motherboard

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