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When power is turned on all I get is a long beep repeated every few seconds and nothing on the screen. I hooked the screen up to another computer and it works fine. I unplugged from the motherboard what I think it the power supply (wires in a bundle go to the power supply and also to all the drives. Any ideas? If I could only get info on the screen I may be able to fix it, lol. Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
The figure you gave i think is asus board.try to pull the ram and put it back again.dont just pull em out.it has a white clamp on both ends.push that white thing and your ram is loose.hope it works
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
You may be correct about it being a power supply but you need to know the manufacturer of the mother board and check out their website for error codes. Please list your motherboard name and model. A power supply is cheap enough to test your system and you can return it if it does not work. They are real easy to replace too. Unplug your system and leave unplugged for half hour before opening your system. There are 2- 4 screws on the back upper part of your computer and a harness connector that the power to the motherboard goes. It's a good idea to bring in your old power supply to match it with a new one.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
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