I have a Alienware desktop that will not boot, I have no video displayed. I have replaced the motherboard and I am having the same issue. My motherboard is a Intel D945gnt. When I boot the pc I dont have any error on the display or beeping errors. I have attempted to disconnect my hard drive and dvd rom and only left one stick of memory installed to troubleshoot this issue. But still have not figured this out ?
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Double check cable from the motherboard to your hardisk likeIDE or SATA together with the power cord just make sure if its fully inserted. boot up the pc press delete to check UPTHE BOIS IF THE HARDISK is connected.
RAM( Random Access Memory) maybe defective. replace it to thenew one and boot up your desktop.
sometimes if the onboard /vga, (video graphics adpter) are defective its also beepingrapidly. also try to clean up your ram using pencil eraser.
More than likely your on-board video card is bad, buy a PCI video card or an AGP card and replace the video board. when you boot up go into bios and disable on-board bios so the computer will detect the new video card. hope this helps.
try right click desktop go to properties/display setting check that display is set properly go to advanced settings check out there if everything OK go to control panel/device drivers uninstall video drivers reboot it should boot with standard vga drivers check if display is OK then try loading your proper video drivers
Without more detailed information, I really can't help you decipher that code... Since you don't know which specific Foxconn motherboard you're working with, it might be best if you contact Alienware Customer Support for detailed information: