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arni92
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Hi, sorry for disturbing but i have a problem with my pc...it doesn,t starts just the LED light in the front of it and on CD rom...i think that will be the motherboard or the memory? thanks

david179057
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check your video card?

arni92
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yes i have bought few months ago i dont think the video card is broken...

david179057
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so you see no picture?

david179057
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try puting the card in another system

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Speeeeeecs!!!

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david179057
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lol just check ur video card and display

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You need to check and make sure all your connections are made, check and re-check. Listing your computer specs (all of them) would help us diagnose your problem as well.

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arni92
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thank you guys the problem was with the memory i put it in another socket and now it works....

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Another way to rule out your video card in this case, the part it seem most went straight to in this thread, is when you turn on your computer, are you able to hear your computer boot into windows, hear the small intro or what ever you wanna call it music.

Usually,(Not always) if your video card goes out, your computer should still boot into windows just fine, you just won't see it boot into windows so, listen to your speakers or your headphones to see if you hear windows boot up.

If you don't hear it boot up, then its not, your video card, if you do, there is a good chance it is your video card.

Just thought I'd throw that out there.

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