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my pc randomly decides not to boot up. ill turn it off the night before then try start up and nothing. the pc is powered but i get NOTHING on the monitor. it doesnt even show its recognized the monitor. also i finally got it to start ( dont know what the f*** i did ) and this popped up.
any idea what it is, how it was caused?
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Could be a dead/failing battery on the motherboard. Go ahead and replace the battery to see if it fixes it.
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it most likely is the battery, and if its just the battery you should be able to remove it completely and consistently be able to start the machine as normal but you'll have to keep reseting the time and settings if you power off- this is assuming theres no other hardware issues involved.

quick fixes you might want to try:

- with the lithium battery in place you might also want to try setting peg 1 as primary bootup device in the bios and try again.
- test the graphics card in a different machine.
- update ur motherboard bios once you get into windows.
- obviously replace battery if youve got a duplicate handy.
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