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I have a mecer computer, LGA 775 motherboard asus and the problem is the computer turns on when switching on and there is no display it beeps non stop . CPU and power supply fans are working ,lights goes green on a motherboard healthy but no display what might be a problem?

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  • samuel_thebe Jan 07, 2009

    so do you think i must try to use another power supply even if it goes on with the one in it

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Continuous beeping is Power supply, motherboard, cpu, or keyboard problem. somecases it can also be the memory.

start with the memory then cpu and powersupply and finally motherboard.


let me know if the beep code changes as you change components, count the short and long beeps.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

  • Ekse Jan 07, 2009

    it may power on even if its not giving out the proper outputs, try the psu last.

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