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PC turns on but has no display

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So, I hadn't used my pc for about a day and when I tried to turn it on after that it just doesn't give a display output. All the fans turn on, all the lights are on. But still it doesn't give a display output. Doesn't even go to bios so I don't think it's a prob with os install. And I've tried reseating most of the parts. It doesn't make any change.

Any help would be appreciated

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Any debug lights on your board, a POST code display, anything? What are your system specs? 

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These are my parts:

Asus Prime A320-K

Amd ryzen 3 3100

Nvidia g210(ik it's terrible and it may be the prob here)

Adata 16gb 8x2

Adata 160gb SSD

450 Unknown PSU

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1 minute ago, Mel0nMan said:

Any debug lights on your board, a POST code display, anything? What are your system specs? 

No debug lights , just an on or off light and no post code display

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