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Motherboard beeps my computer turns on but i do not get a screen i have tried a new graphics card but all i get is a long beep with a 7 second interval bafore the next beep

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One beep represents the memory ( RAM ) problem. You may have accidentally touched the RAM that caused the problem. please remove the ram(s) and place them again tightly.

this should solve your problem.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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One short beep can be DRAM refresh failure.
  1. Remove RAM memory, Graphics card, other Plug-in cards, and Drive cables from your mainboard.
    Only CPU + Fan + Power cable are installed on the mainboard.
  2. Power on the PC, and listen to the beeps:
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    • some beeps => remember the beeps and next step.
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  3. Power off the PC, and insert the RAM memory.
  4. Power on the PC, and listen to the beeps:
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  5. Power off the PC, and insert the Graphics card.
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does the card need extra power supply plugged into the card?
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Another thing you should check is the graphics card. Check this also if it is correctly installed. Install also the graphics card installer.

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