Question about Intel DG33BU G33 Express Socket 775 mATX Motherboard w/Video & Sound

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My computer does not boot

While booting i can hear three beeps and it gives me a message to check my pc and to check the signal cable

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  • drummingdave Apr 24, 2009

    Computer will not boot, gives 3 beeps. Display reads No signal detected, check cable

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Actually, what happened here is a power surge. It happens to Intel mobos more than most, apparently. You're going to have to replace it. If you're lucky the mobo is still under warranty.

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Refix your ram .also check allconnection power cable and also data cable.reattch all then try.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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