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When I turn on the power only the fan comes on. power is to hd, dvdr. no post audio beeps, prior to this pressing power button, system came on after several attempts to power it up. also prior to this series of continuous beeps, now nothing cant access cmos, tried switching jumper on bios. no video nothing! any solutions? sam

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  • mmwmosa Oct 14, 2007

     sorryi try that but nothing

  • mmwmosa Oct 15, 2007

    i do it alot of time but nothing



    what about bios i think it lost from chip



    thanks for quick anwser



     



     

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Sounds like your memory.

How many sticks do you have in it?

Try removing all but 1, or moving that 1 around. You'll have to reset the bios and let it set without power for about 5minutes, between each try.

Posted on Oct 14, 2007

  • Charles Fields
    Charles Fields Oct 15, 2007

    Why dont you answer the questions... not just jump to 'nothing can be fixed'!

  • Charles Fields
    Charles Fields Oct 15, 2007

    Well i think i'm finished. You all ready gave a negative rating so no reason to try to help you.

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