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CPU problem when a power will be switch on, their will be no responce, in monitor intel motherboard will be seen and then hack, and their be no any responce so please help me how come out from this problem

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That the problem maybe on your power supply adaptor,
if ur monitor appear blue screen maybe ur power supply component has problem

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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