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Actually today in my PC bios I set the dram frequency to 1066mhz from auto and 1066mhz is the maximum that my motherboard supports and when I saved and rebooted
I ran into a problem , the CPU fan was working but there was no display on the monitor it's button is just blinking

Any solutions??
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:welcome:   Aryancosta,


Try going back into the BIOS and restoring the motherboards default factory settings, they may be listed as "most stable settings" or "load optimised defaults" depending on the brand of MB and BIOS.


Post back with an update when you have tried the above.



NB: Just so that you are aware, your thread was moved here as it is is the appropriate forum for resolving hardware issues while the How-To Guides and Tutorials forum is for "Essential how-to guides and tutorials for everything from computer basics to Windows optimization. Submitted by staff and members." 

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