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Well, i've currently just re-sprayed a computer of a freinds, ive took it back to his house and plugged it in no power, ive messed around with it and finally got power, then i've plugged the monitor and it says no signal, ive looked on some websites people have said try changing the mobo battery try a different monitor if non of this then it could be the cpu or the grx card, the grx card is built on board so i dont know i didnt take the cpu off just the fan 2 clean it then put it back on bearing in mind his computer worked fine before i resprayed it, hope some one can give some information, thanks Wade
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Well, i've currently just re-sprayed a computer of a freinds, ive took it back to his house and plugged it in no power, ive messed around with it and finally got power, then i've plugged the monitor and it says no signal, ive looked on some websites people have said try changing the mobo battery try a different monitor if non of this then it could be the cpu or the grx card, the grx card is built on board so i dont know i didnt take the cpu off just the fan 2 clean it then put it back on bearing in mind his computer worked fine before i resprayed it, hope some one can give some information, thanks Wade
Go to the basic's check all the cables are in the rigth place,and plugged all the way in.Reseat the memory stick's and power up.Good luck.
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Thanks for your help i will double check what the problem is
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