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Pc has power but nothing shows on screen. motherboard doesnt beep once like it used to when turned on but green light is on indicating its ok.

Athlon 3700+ asus a8n-sli pc has power but nothing shows on screen. motherboard doesnt beep once like it used to when turned on but green light is on indicating its ok.

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  • indiej Apr 20, 2009

    Thank you sir but i already have done that! i removed all memories and still no beeping !! right now the only thing connected to the mobo is the graphics cardwhich i recently installed. tried the previous grafix card and still the same problem, i think its a problem of the motherboard,,:(

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Dear,

Remove the ram and check, is the motherboard beeps or not..

it should beep as long beeps....and should continue beeping after serveral times until u switch off it...
then reconnect the ram after swiching off power...

remove the data cables of hdd and cd/dvd and then try to switch it on...
if it works fine then reconnect it properly...

Fault can be in Ram or data cables perhaps...

regards,

hope it will fix the issue so dont forget to rate it...

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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