Black Screen that Won't go away on Start up [Closed]

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I upgraded my RAM and Fan last night and I woke up to play a game and found my screen is black when I start and the screen I tried to see if it was my monitor so I tried on my second and it didn't work. Also when I start my backlit keyboard flashes and turns of and my mouse stays on. I also reset my BIOS but the problem still stands. Thanks in advance.

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What do you mean by upgrading your fan?

Did you use the correct ddr for your ram ?

What is the make and model of your machine ?

Did you open the machine? If so, on what kind of surface was the machine lying?
I mean I put in a new fan it has a LED and it's really cool. Also I did use the correct DDR I have a ASUS motherboard with 12 gigs of RAM and a Intel i3 Processor with integrated graphics. I did open the machine when I put in my RAM it was on wood after it didn't work I completely unplugged everything put my machine on cloth to check out what was going and reset the BIOS
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9,067 > Jolly
DDR1, DDR2, or DDR3 ?
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I have DDR3 and if it comes in handy later I have 2 slots.
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Is this a laptop or desktop?
It's a ASUS M32AD desktop.
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My educated guess the issue occurred when you replaced the fan. A short would have been created either with the connection or with static. I could also be some kind of flea power, (residual stagnant power) to which only a qualified technician can look into.

Good luck
Well I installed the fan the night before the issues started when I put in the ram I should have said that before.
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And if you put the ram as it was before, what do you get?

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