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Old 02-25-2012, 01:01 PM   #1
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At first I would leave the computer running with the monitor on and after a few hours it would turn on. Well I came home and now its black all the time. A friend let me use his and it turned on for awhile but again the problem came back. I was just using the mother board integrated graphics when it started happening. So I took an old video card and put it in and it came right on but only for the problem to happen after a few hours. Two different monitors and a video card and the mother board all do it. I know I'm missing some details but just some general ideas of where to start would be great. Thank you
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