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I could not access BIOS or anything else on my computer.

I recently bought winbook powerspec mce 410 and reinstalled windows media edition 2005 with recovery DVD. After I updated windows, there was no video displaying when I turned the computer on. When I pressed the power-on button, there was a light on the mother board and one-second light blinking of keyboard. I cleared CMOS and removed the battery, however I could not access BIOS or anything else on my computer. When I remove the memory and start the system, the motherboard beeps continuously. Does anyone experience the same problem? Thanks!

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  • Eun Koo Jul 24, 2007

    Q1: When you start your PC with the memory installed do you see anything displayed on the screen?
    A1:I cannot see anything displayed on the screen when I start computer with the memory installed.

    Q2: Was the PC operating correctly before your reinstall?
    A:.I bought this computer at ebay and it looked working.

    Q3: Why did you void the CMOS?
    A3: Just after I set up the CMOS, it happened.

    Q4:Why did you remove the PC memory?
    A4. I checked the status of motherboard.

    Thank you for your reply.

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Starting the PC without memory will result in a ?beep code? error, which is the beeping you are hearing. Replacing the memory should make the beeping go away. As far as accessing your BIOS if you PC won?t display anything they accessing your system BIOS won?t accomplish anything. -When you start your PC with the memory installed do you see anything displayed on the screen? -Was the PC operating correctly before your reinstall? -Why did you void the CMOS? -Why did you remove the PC memory?

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