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PC won't start, nothing happens press power button (Resolved)


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phillpower2

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You are most welcome Hoxtro9988712  :)


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sorry for the late reply friends
now only got a stable network and my computer is working good

and I'm very sorry for the late reply

Edited by simon_grylls, 15 December 2015 - 05:49 AM.

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Not a problem, we know that things are sometimes beyond a persons control.

Thanks fro updating.   I hope the computer keeps going for a while.

 

If you do decide to build a new computer, please start a new topic and we will be happy to configure the best computer for your budget.

Good luck. 


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oh thank you very much iammykyl
I'm sure I'll start a new topic when I got enough money to upgrade my computer
once again thank you :-)
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:thumbsup:   :rockon:


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Are you sure that the CPU is secured? Make sure no pins are bent and see if you're getting a good connection. Also if you have a cooler installed make sure that it's not crushing the poor thing to death.

 

Then again it may rule down to the GPU or RAM since it's not displaying anything. Please look at these guides only if the CPU solution doesn't work:

 

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Try taking 1 stick of RAM out at 1 time and leave the other then try it with the other.

What did the old url go to, as in what was the topic? I'l find it.


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