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Computer won't turn on, Can't find the fault (Resolved).


Best Answer hergrace8 , 23 June 2021 - 11:59 AM

PLEASE IGNORE ABOVE POSTS!! WOOT! I did the memory tests, and both sticks came up with error code 53. SO, I put both of the sticks back in, and hey presto! It's working!!! (I am doing the happ... Go to the full post »

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Hi Glomo -- another little update: The system has been working great (though without the GPU.) Just for fun I tried it again, but no joy. Alas. Aaaaaand...I just read your remark on the edited update.


Anyway...another great big thank you for your patience and assistance. You've been fab!

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You are welcome and thank you for both the update and the kind words  :)

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