Pc No video output or beep when booting

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I have recently built this PC which has ryzen 2200g with an rx570. It has a 500w power supply abd 8gb crucial ram ddr4 . The PC before kept shutting down unexpectedly while playing games. So I though it was the graphics card and returned it which was initially a gtx 1050ti. I then swapped this with an rx570 and it was working for about a week where witcher 3 can play on near Max settings . Now after another week the PC started to crash again and now is not booting or making a beep noise when booting. There is no video output through VGA or HDMI and the monitor works fine.
 

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Please run this on the PC and paste the text it outputs into your next reply :- https://static.techguy.org/download/SysInfo.exe

What make and model PSU is in the PC ?

As a test try removing the Graphics Card and see if you get a display from the motherboard's graphics output.
 

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Please post your solution, it could help someone else with a similar problem.

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I removed all cables and recabled leaving the gpu , removing ram and unplugging hard drive. Powered it and turned on then plugged everything back and started to work .
 

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Thanks for posting your solution, I'm glad it worked for you.
 
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