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Hi Jerry, Do follow the steps below... 1. Remove the RAM from the motherboard and switch it on. (you'll get 6 continuos beeps) Refix the RAM and check whether it is working or not... 2. Remove the CMOS battery and switch on the PC_ Switch off_Re fix the battery to the slot_Switch on... 3. Disconnect the hard disk from the PC and switch it on...
Just to make sure thatnothing else is causing the problem, remove any PCI cards like modem, videocard, sound card, etc... Remove the memory modules and disconnect cables toCD/DVD drives. Look at the USB ports to see if any are damaged.The computer should stay on even without an operating system or hard drive installed.
Try draining the power of the computer first. completely shut it down by pressing poweer button for like 5-7 sec. then unplug power supply from the outlet. then press and hold power button for another 15-20 sec. After that, plug back in the power cord, and turn computer on normally.
its definately not the motherboard, actually when a ps is about to spoil it starts giving that problem and also, the memory cards are also able to cause this problem too. but first, plz try changing ur ps and see if it works..
Start your computer and tap the F8 key as soon as the computer begins to power-up. Keep tapping until you come to the Safe Mode screen. When the screen alerts you to the fact that you have chosen Safe Mode, click OK.
When you get to the desktop go to the control panel and launch System Properties. Go to Hardware and Device manager. Click the arrow next to the Display Adapter. Point at the adapter, right click and chooser Properties. Click the Driver Tab. Roll back the video driver to previous driver.
If indeed you have installed a new driver that is not compatible with your video card, then rolling it back to the original may very well take care of this problem.
Try to separate the power cord of your monitor from your system or maybe if your using UPS(uninterrupted power supply) directly plug the UPS to the wall outlet. either you can use pretty voltage regulator to the regulate the AC power. if not solve the problem try to examine the your system power supply.