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  1. Check the power supply: Ensure that the power cable is connected to the computer and the power outlet. Also, check if the power supply is switched on and if the outlet is functioning properly. You can try plugging in another device to the same power outlet to check if it works. If you have any doubts about the power supply, contact technical support.
  2. Check the power button: Make sure that the power button is working correctly. Try pressing it a few times to see if the computer turns on. If the power button is not working or if there are any issues, contact technical support.
  3. Check the monitor: Check if the monitor is properly connected to the computer and turned on. If it is, check the connections between the monitor and the computer. If the monitor has multiple input options, make sure you have selected the correct one. If there are any issues with the monitor, contact technical support.
  4. Check the graphics card: If your computer has a dedicated graphics card, check if it is properly seated in its slot. You can also try removing the card and reinserting it. If the graphics card is integrated into the motherboard, skip this step. If there are any issues with the graphics card, contact technical support.
  5. Check the RAM: Ensure that the RAM is properly seated in its slot. You can try removing the RAM and reinserting it. If you have multiple RAM sticks, try testing them one at a time. If there are any issues with the RAM, contact technical support.
  6. Check for overheating: Overheating can cause a computer to shut down or not turn on. Check if the cooling fan is working properly and if there is any dust buildup inside the computer. You can try cleaning the fan and removing any dust. If there are any issues with the cooling system or if the computer is still overheating, contact technical support.
  7. Check for beeps: If the computer emits any beeps when turned on, it can indicate a problem with the hardware. Refer to the motherboard manual to identify what the beeps mean and how to troubleshoot the problem. If you need assistance in interpreting the beeps or any other motherboard-related issues, contact technical support.
  8. Check the BIOS: Check if the BIOS settings are correct. You can try resetting the BIOS by removing the CMOS battery for a few minutes and then inserting it back. If you need assistance in resetting or updating BIOS or if you have any other BIOS-related issues, contact technical support.
  9. Check for hardware failure: If none of the above steps work, it could indicate a hardware failure. You can try testing each hardware component separately using diagnostic tools. If you are not comfortable doing this, you can seek the help of a professional or contact technical support for assistance.
  10. Contact technical support: If all else fails, contact the technical support of Computer Settings, Inc or a computer technician to help you troubleshoot the problem further. They can assist you in diagnosing and fixing the issue, or arranging for a repair or replacement of the faulty hardware component.

We hope this guide helps you in resolving your computer’s power or video issue. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Computer Settings, Inc technical support for assistance.