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Video quit...then everything

I was running a game with low video load. Quit the game and got black screen with only four horizontal broken white lines. Tried reboot, and didn't get video BIOS to load. I've tried installing previous card with same results. Also tried removing each RAM card with same results. I removed the CMOS battery and cleared CMOS with jumper. Now I get single long beep every five seconds or so. EP-8VTAI mobo with ASUS N7600GS Silent AGP. I would like to know what this beep code is and what the real problem is.

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  • rhc01630 Mar 12, 2009

    My computer definitely passed the requirements. It is an older game that could easily run on the P3 system my parents had. Through research I am unable to find a repeating 1 in any Award beep code charts. My BIOS is Award 4.51 according to Epox.

  • Arlon Rosell May 11, 2010

    Your computer did not pass the game requirements.

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You computer did not pass the game requirements.

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  • Arlon Rosell Mar 12, 2009

    If that so its time to change your video card. As what you said that it pass all the requirements, the RAM, the video card, and processor so it can be the video card for sure.

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