Hello, i recently unstalled a new graphics card on my matsonic ms9087c board. now when i boot up the comp freezes and just keeps beeping. i shut it down and put back in the old graphics card and it does the same thing just beeps. i tried to reseat both cards, took out the ram sticks and moved them and set them back in, but the comp will not boot. i know it has to be an easy fix but i am now at my wits end with it! Help
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The Problem With RAM, If 3 short beeps( AMI bios). Video Problem Display Problem if One long beep and 2 Short beets( Award bios)
Remove the Power Connector from PC, and Open the cabinet and Locate the RAM, Remove it and put it back to same or diffent socket, or Try with New RAM.
if still no Use then it is the Display Problem, If display adapter is Onboard then motherboard needs Repair(Chip Level). try with new Graphics card. If you have any Graphics Card earliar then Try with New one. best of luck
Remove the Power connection. Open the CPU Cabinet, Locate The RAM, remove the RAM by Sliding both Clips, Insert it Back to same Slot or another. Try to boot it again, if still same problem then, Change the Graphics Card with New one. If still have the problem then only Replace the Motherboard. Best of luck
Do you have any components compatable with the broken motherboard spare or in another desktop? try booting the motherboard with just a power supply, monitor, RAM and CPU. You may also need a video card if your motherboard does not have an integrated one. If it shows no signs of life with other components that are know to work connected to it, then its a fair bet its dead. Most hardware fault diagnosis especially with desktops is just a proccess of elimination. Let me know if you have any luck chashole.