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No display After fixing the power connection, my R3000 doesn't appear any thing. Only the light, fan work. What happen? Please help me

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Re- boot the computer, see if it will come back on again.

Go to start- click on log off -than click on restart it will shut down and back up again .

If this dont help try going to re-store - go to the calendar click only on 1 of the high lighted areas , Should put ya back on.

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