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This is typically caused by a power supply failure. Failing power supplies can have enough power to turn on lights and fans but not enough to start the computer. The power supply does not store any data so replacing it is a low risk and low cost effort. It is a very well documented process so search the Internet for "replace power supply" for more details. I hope this helps. Good luck!

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You will need to buy a adapter.Your computer shipped with ide inputs.

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check to see the video display specs for the game make sure you have the proper graphics needed for the game

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The problem could be with your Graphics card.

1) Try the monitor on another PC, is it good? If yes
2) Try removing and re-seating the graphics card.
3) If on board graphics and so no graphics card, try a PCI graphics card in one of the spare slots

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Do you getting anything on your screen when you first turn on your computer. This will tell me if the problem is with the video card or something else on the computer.

Also what kind of monitor do your have CRT or LCD. If LCD do you have an old CRT that you can connect to the computer for testing.

Also does the computer sound like it is booting normally or does it not seem like it is booting up.


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I rather fear that if you shine a torch into the SD slot, you will find the internl pins are bent or crushed.
If they are, your best bet is to obtain a 5.25" card reader and either replace it in the slot the old one came from, or if that is not possible, remove a dvd bay cover and put it in there

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Try taking the monitor into a shop to be repaired, shouldn't cost too much.

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No. You have a 32 bit CPU. It will not run 64 bit software. You need a 64 bit CPU first.

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Recovery disks cost about £15, check what version of windows you have, you may be able to download that version of windows from a torrent site and use your own COA key to activate it.

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boot up in safe mode and scan for viruses

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To recover audio files lost from digital recorders, you can try this program called Digital Photo Recovery (also recover AUDIO and video files). If you are running Mac OS X, turn to Photo Recovery for Mac (also recover videos and audio files on OS X).

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try to check if u r getting any power on the motehrboard

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Schematics for motherboards can be different but most have a series of pins that those plugs are plugged into. Here is a link that will guide you through the process. The pins are labeled POWER/LED/SPEAKER if you look closely. Hope this helps.

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here is a link to a help document:

here is a link to the correct file.

Note this is for Windows XP

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do you mean the processor fan that is located near on the left top corner on the motherboard? if that stopped working then turn of your pc immediately. probably the cpu overheated. if that fan does not work replace it immediately as it will burn the cpu.

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Hi, Have u tried removing the RAM and CMOS battery and then again put it.

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The most likely solution to this problem is to go to the computer manufacturers website and find the drivers for your flash drive and install them.

After this, your flash drive should work fine.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at

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Unplug the power cord from the back. Press the power button to discharge the power supply. Plug the power cord back in and test the button.

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This could be caused by the processor or fan,But very unlikely to be the mother board.

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