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04-18-2012 01:25 AM
04-18-2012 02:04 AM
check this thread about a overheated pc, maybe you have the same problem:
Without graphics (no bios to see) you also will not be able to crash the pc.
But of course you can attach your hard disk to another pc as slave and backup your files.
I hope the link solves your problem
04-18-2012 08:00 AM
It's very IT-related, maybe it's integrated at the CPU, so maybe CPU has tio be dis- and re-assembled, I think you have to ask somebody to check your mainboard.
Other tipps you can test before:
If you have more than 1 memory chip, remove one and start the PC and see if anything changes. If not, remove the other one and replace it with the one you had previously removed.
Check the mainboard link - at the bottom:
'Clearing the CMOS settings' - clear CMOS and try boot again.
If you want to replace your mainboard, for example:
04-18-2012 08:34 AM
But from the SB there should be a connection to the Graphics unit (GPU):