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Recently bought a new graphics card for my mesh desktop (pny gforce 9500). After installing it I got it working without any problems until about 2 days after I tried to switch on and all I got was a non responsive monitor and a beeping every 5 seconds from within the unit. I've tried securing cables again and also retrying the old graphics card but with the same outcome, I've also tried a different monitor but also no joy. I'm not the best techie at heart but comfortable with the basics, please help. bungleweed101@yahoo.co.uk Regards Iain, bungleweed101@yahoo.uk

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Beep tell me it could be the momery card, if you have two Memory cards take on out and reboot.
Also let me know do you have a onboard video card?

Take all the pci card out (if you have any) and reboot.

Let me know the status

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