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Monitor only shows a code for just a few seconds (GRB) then it goes sleeps mode. the tower just beeps. this is 8 bip

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Check the memory of your pc and try remove it to the memory slot put it back again switch your computer make sure the pc is turn off before your remove the memory

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lets try a few things bronx,

lets start by going over the beeps and lights. when you power the unit on. it should go Blue and stay blue. this means the unit is so far functioning correctly.

if your unit turns on lights up blue, then yellow , then red and stays red you have an issue

if you are experiencing the first scenario, press the power button till it goes red. which is standby mode.
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Hi there.
GRB means the 3 primary colours and just means the monitor is working and able to receive a signal.
I think in your case it could be related to memory. Remove any new hardware if any and any external devices like printers etc.
Now remove the power cord from the back and remove or open the side panel from the tower so you can get to the motherboard, remove the ram (memory) from the slots and clean the dust from both the memory modules and the memory slots, when they are free of dust just put one module back at a time and restart the PC (if you have more than one)
If it boots up the problem would have been dust, if it doesn't start up at all it well be faulty memory.
Please post back if you need more help or advice.

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

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This is normaly cause by incorrect power management settings.

check power management setting in both windows and your computers bios

you will not need to worry about the power management settings of the bios when an operating system such as windows is loaded.

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