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CLaSH88

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Ok so i had Braviax.exe, i wiped that and everything was running ok but now the computer won't start... you press the power button and the intel screen flashes and then the screen goes blank.. but you can hear windows start up and shut down, although the computer stays on. if you turn it on and off enough times it runs fine.. no trace of the virus... whats it problem? and what do you need to know to fix it...

Edited by CLaSH88, 08 August 2009 - 07:40 AM.

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rshaffer61

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You have a Malware topic HERE dealing with the infection going.
Please follow through with that to make sure you still have no infection.
If the problem is still happening once the Malware techs have declared your system healthy then return back to this topic and we can continue with resolving the issue at hand.
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CLaSH88 I have read through your Malware Topic and I believe your issue has to do with one of the following:
Motherboard has failed
or
PSU has died.

Try disconnecting the PSU from MOBO and just start it with the HD's and Optical drive powering up.
If the PSU stays running and does power up correctly I believe the problem is the MOBO at this point.
If it does not power up correctly then you can look at replacing the PSU
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