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Look up the motherboard by manufacturer and part number on the manufacturer's web site. You will find wiring schematics there.

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When the computer boots up are you getting any sound through the internal speaker at all? (nb - the internal speaker is the one inside the case, not the one connected to the sound card).

When you start a computer this speaker indicates any problems there might be when going through POST (Power On Self Test).

A single short "Beep" means everything is OK and the monitor should come on and you should see the screen. Any other combination of short or long beeps means there is a problem somewhere and you need to look up beep codes for your specific motherboard.

Most of the time if your not getting a single beep it is usually because something is not plugged in correctly, check things like if you are using an extra graphics card check that it is fully pushed in and any clips at the end of the card are fully in place (if it's AGP there is normally an extra clip at the end of the socket that needs to be fully pushed up), also memory, memory needs to be pushed firmly down and make sure the clips at either end of the socket are over the memory.

If you are just getting a standard beep then the problem could be with you monitor or cable, try using a different monitor and see if that makes any difference, also if you have more than one D-SUB (monitor) connector try plugging the monitor into the other D-SUB and see if you get any response from that.

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