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None of my computer outputs are working

None of my computer outputs are functioning. Much like this proble here: http://www.d-a-l.com/help/general-hardware-issues/6844-computer-output-problem-serious.html 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

    thanks,

    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

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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