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fathead161

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Hey,

I woke up this morning and tried to boot it up and what do you know.....there is no dislplay on my screen. I tried changing up my power cords inside my comp to make sure that my hard drives were getting power, and im almost positive that they are, becuase my fans are working, and they are hooked up in a chain after my hd's and video card. I then tried plugging in another monitor and i got the basic boot-up screen (for me when it scans all my ram, usb's, keyboard, etc.,} and it froze after it recognized my keyboard. Im running a home xp with a raedon 9800 all in wonder, so my monitor connects right to my vc using an adapter supplied by ati.

Please help
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Longhorns242

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could be a psu problem. your psu may be going out. or your heatsink for cpu is not seated correctly.
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