Computer won't start up properly

wiiop - May 9, 2010 at 08:39 PM
 anjana03 - May 9, 2010 at 08:54 PM
I've been having this problem for a while, and I kind of abandoned my computer... until I realized it was the only comp w/ a capture card in it. I tried turning on again today, and almost every time I try to turn on the computer, it does not boot properly. Instead, it greets me with really loud fans and a blank screen. When it does boot, I'm lucky if it stays on for a minute, because it usually freezes within a minute of me logging in. I've tried taking out what I don't need, but I haven't tried replacing anything. I'm don't have spare graphics cards or RAM sticks to do that. Do you guys have any suggestions? (that don't involve taking out essential parts of the comp)

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1/some ram is defected so it creat booting problem . some time we can solve it by swipping/bubbing ram;s golden strips by pencil eraser.2/smps may not be working properly so mometime computer booting thatsway change another new to check.3/ somtime virous do this so scan your hdd on another computer.4/some time operation system some file automaticaly deleted so we faced booting problem it can be solved by reparing operating cd. thanks (roshan)