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My computer just crashed because it overheated to my chosen temperature for it to shut down at. I know that I need to get a new fan and I am going to order one immeadiately.

Now when I turn on my computer, the picture never appears on the monitor. I know that the computer is on and all the cables are securely connected. Also, when I tried reconnecting the cable, the signal lost screen appeared when the cable was out. Please help!
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Your heat problem may have toasted your graphics card. Swaping it with a known good one is the only way to be sure. You need to solve that heat problem.

Edited by austin_o, 26 May 2006 - 06:55 AM.

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