Question about EliteGroup ECS 865PE-A7 Intel 865PE Chipset 800MHz FSB Dual-channel DDR 400 Socket 775 ATX Motherboard with AGP... (MB77EC865PEA)

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ECS 865PE long beeps monitor does not come on

The AGP video card doesn't seem to be getting power.
Took out the video card but I still get the same long
beeps every few seconds. Took out the memory too
but still the same. Tried a few different HDs as well
but still the same....HELP.

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  • joeporto Mar 08, 2009

    OK, I will try that.

    Thanks for the help:>)

    Joe.

  • rtlc2us May 11, 2010

    Hello from the way it sounds it needs process of elimination. The best way to do it is have 2 computers making sure that the parts you are using work correctly like your videocard memory and so on. The main thing is if it does this as soon as the computers powered on and you have no screen and all the parts do work in another computer then either the processor is bad or the motherboard is faulty. I have had the same issue and found that the motherboard was faullty. Good luck.

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U said the AGP video card doesn't seem to be getting power, right? May be your PSU is quite lower than your computer requires to run perfectly. Pls try to change the PSU and see if the problem gets solved....

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