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My computer does'nt boot

I was watching a movie in utube that suddenly my screen became black for a few seconds. after that I restarted my pc. after two restarts my pc did'nt boot and the usuall beep of the main borad changed into a 1 contiuous beep +3 short beeps. my mainboard is asus p5LD2. what's wrong with it?
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One long and 3 shorts beep on Asus Motherboard is video error, either the video adapter is malfunctioning, or the video card is not well plugged int its PCI or AVG slot.

If video adapter is built in motherboard you need to buy an external video adapter, or to replace the motherboard.

If video card is an external one, must be taken aout and placed back to test it, if it is faulty replace it.

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Check your Cooling Fan. Sounds a LOT like the fan is getting Sluggish and not cooling the Board Properly.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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