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No beep no display

I have Foxconn 45GMX-U with P4 and DDR2 and in some day the electrical voltage increased suddenly which cause damage to the power supply and burning the power cable, i bought a new power supply with cable and this problem appears "no beep no display on screen"

however the temporary solution that i have got is to reset jumper or "clear CMOS" but the problem still appear again and again with losing the sound after that problem . plese people  help me to fix this .

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  • mah84er Dec 18, 2008

    thank you Mike for your replay I appreciate it guys that you solve all the problems of people, And as you advice me i have bought a new motherboard and it's work as well. 
    thanx again.

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Hi,

If you have had an electrical power surge.
It,s for sure that you have caused damage to the Motherboard-CPU And possibly The RAM ( Memory ) There is no fix for this. I,d suggest New Power Supply Unit. New Motherboard. You can then Try The Memory And CPU On The New Board/PSU.
You may be lucky And the memory and CPU May have survived.
It seems as if the motherboard has suffered the damage.
I,d also suggest investing in a surge protector also, once bitten twice shy.

Mike @ compurepair.


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