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No image on monitor after system reboot

Hi. I recently built my new computer and started to install Windows. During the Windows installation, the computer turns off. When I try to turn it back on, it turns on for a second, then turns off. After reconnecting the power cable to the motherboard, the computer now turns on, LEDs turn on and fans spin, but I do not get an image on the monitor. There is no beeping coming from the motherboard.

My system specs are;
DFI Infinity Ultra AM2 Motherboard
AMD AM2 X2 3800+ Low Voltage CPU
1GB Team Elite DDR2-667 RAM
ASUS EN7600GT Graphics Card
Western Digital 320GB SATA 2 HDD
Hiper 580W PSU

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i think

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it would be da prob of da graphic card, remove it and them insert it again, and better consult a computer repairer, bcuz i m not sure tht it will be all right,, and i think the comp, switches off bcuz of low voltage, go in bios, and increase the voltage to 1.35, if mistaked, correct me plz

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The problem is that I cannot go into the BIOS.

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(NT) Try reseting the CMOS jumper,

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