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Old 1st December, 2008, 08:42 PM
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epox 9npa ultra crash

Hello,

my computer crashed recently. it reveals 75 code on the board.

I hit both f1 and del many times. monitor remains in standby.

I changed bios battery. still no change.

cpu: amd 3000 plus
RAM: 2gb
case: feel cyclone with 550 watts psu


help please


edit: I also did the checklist in the sticky message.
removed the disks, sounds, rams ands video and also wait for the static to be gone.

also
vga: ati x800gto 256mb


addition to all of this, I'm using a UPS too
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