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No display on boot

Hi; I have an Aopen s661gxmu motherboard , it wont booting no display
- I tested the CPU in another montherboard it work properply
- i tested the memory it work properly too.
I dont know where to plug the internal speaker to hear the beep.

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  • clandestino Dec 01, 2008

    have an Aopen s661gxmu motherboard running windows xp SP3, i increase the memory up to 2x512MB PC400MHZ when i try to boot it wont booting no display
    - I tested the CPU in another montherboard it work properply
    - i tested the memory it work properly too.

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Try another video card

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