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None of my computer outputs are working

None of my computer outputs are functioning. Much like this proble here: symptoms are exactly the same, however solution does not work.
I turned computer off, fitted my new ram, that didnt work with the computer so i turned it off and put old ram back in. Now none of the outputs work, any ideas?

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  • duncan_lewis Dec 27, 2008


    i sorted this problem but now i have a major one lol.

    i will post it, but i dont think it is in your field.


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If your computer is bang up-to-date with all Windows/Linux system updates and Drivers for your set-up, it sounds like your Sound Card has had a terminal fault. I would try a newly purchased card, so as to be sure the outputs are functioning.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: None of my computer outputs

The first thing you can try is reset the CMOS and see if that helps. Sometimes you cause BIOS issues when changing RAM

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