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computer not booting up
so i have my brother's computer not booting up.

i unhooked his computer and not being used for 10days, and when i plugged everything back in, theres power generating throughout the computer but says no signal on the monitor, keyboard and mouse not lighting up. we tried trying different monitor to see if it will work but still nothing. i made sure that all the fans on cpu, gpu are running and they are, but still nothing on the screen. what does this mean?

please help. thank you so much
03-25-2016 03:40 AM
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RE: computer not booting up
Sometimes this can be due to some errors with RAM. Try to eject the RAM and clean it well and put in another RAM slot.
Another method you can try is, Remove the processor fan and apply heat sink paste on the top of processor chip. put the fan back. check whether system is working
06-03-2016 02:04 AM
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RE: computer not booting up
Did you check the VGA cable? As Kenneth said this can happen due to RAM or processor issues.
07-28-2016 06:48 AM
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It might be the issue of the RAM. you need to check that first.
Thank you
12-28-2016 12:12 AM
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I suggest a hammer.... but thats me

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RE: computer not booting up
A non-booting computer is usually related to malfunctioned RAM or PSU. As kennethamos suggested, try to clean the RAM module(s), if you have a canister with compressed air, you can clean the RAM slot as well. If this does not help, try to unplug the PSU cable from the outlet, than unplug the internal cables between PSU and the motherboard, wait for 30 seconds and plug them back.
03-06-2017 09:56 AM
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RE: computer not booting up
(03-25-2016 03:40 AM)hernameisela Wrote:  so i have my brother's computer not booting up.

i unhooked his computer and not being used for 10days, and when i plugged everything back in, theres power generating throughout the computer but says no signal on the monitor, keyboard and mouse not lighting up. we tried trying different monitor to see if it will work but still nothing. i made sure that all the fans on cpu, gpu are running and they are, but still nothing on the screen. what does this mean?

please help. thank you so much

Hi there, when you plugged back all the cables did you make sure the signal cable from the screen is plugged into the right spot at the back. double check the screen connections they might be more than 1 connector for the screen and you are plugging it to the wrong one. Also then the computer starts up do you hear a beep sound or not,

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03-13-2017 05:49 PM
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