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Won't boot Does not beep, does not display any video, it doesn't seem like it is going through post at all.

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Unplug the power cable (black thing on back) and replug it in after about 20 seconds. make sure the power switch on the back of your pc is flipped to the on position. when you turn your pc on, if the motherboard is getting power, there should be a green light that comes on on the board.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: ASUS P4SP-MX motherboard no POST and no beep without ram

Try removing everything attached to it. The only thing should be the cpu and cpu fan. Turn it on. If it is the same, then it is your motherboard. If you do get the beeping, then start installing things one by one starting with the memory.

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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Do you have any pci devices installed? Bad PCI deviced, especailly modems, will cause a PC not to post. Did you try swapping the memory for a different module? It could be the stick and not the slot. Also, are there any blown capacitors on the MOBO, you would know this if they are puffed up at the top.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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Continuse beeping POST code usually RAM or video problems.
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I try to boot up and the dash lights up but the screen won't respond - totally blank. tried to hook up an external monitor and it doesn't see anything -- is it necessarily toast?


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Hi, I have a colleagues laptop here which seems to power up for a few seconds but then doesn't go any further. There is definitely power getting through the motherboard, and the HDD spins up, but...


I believe that is a No Post issue.
Its not the hard drive because you said " and the HDD spins up, but it seems as though it doesn't reach POST" or else you 'll be getting errors associated with the hard drive
There are some laptops even though it has a RAM NO POST issue will not beep
" no display and no beeping at all "
For us to determine if this a Motherboard Issue we have to disconnect all parts that can be disconnected. Disconnect the hard drive, Memory (RAM), battery, if you have a Modem daugther card, Express card, PCMCIA Card.
Try Turning the computer on using the Power Adapter hooked up on the computer. If you are still getting issues Definetly that is a Motherboard have gone bad but we really need to check up other parts that are disconnected

If Motherboard is good you will be getting video but it will stop on the POST screen and you might be hearing beep sounds as well. That means that the Motherboard is fine. Put the parts that are disconnected and clean the metal contacts as well one at a time and try to isolate at what part that is bad


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My laptop won't boot. Its a HP Pavilion dv6000, when I turn it on the lights come on and I get 1 beep followed by another 2 beeps. The screen doesn't come on and the fan doesn't seem to either....


This is most likely a problem with the video device in the laptop...

A single beep followed by two or three beeps is the code for "Unable to initialize video (to display the post code)"

Unfortunately since most laptops have the video chipset imbedded in the motherboard there is nothing short of replacing the board you can do to fix it.

If there is anything else, please let me know

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Dell PowerEdge 1600sc server won't boot.


> black screen & flashing cursor ...

Damaged boot-record on the disk-drive???

Was it configured to try to boot from 'A:' ?
Disconnect the hard-drive & CD/DVD drives.
Put a diskette into the drive, and see if it tries to find a boot-record on the diskette.
If it tries, then it has P.O.S.T.'d correctly.

> no beep codes

When it worked, did it beep _once_ when P.O.S.T. completed?

Taking out the RAM _should_ cause some beep codes, i.e., "no RAM".

> anyone?

Replace the monitor?

Replace a dead video-card?
Or, add-in a video-card, and connect a monitor to it, leaving the original monitor connected to the original video-card. One of the two displays should show the P.O.S.T.


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Fan running, HDD light solid, no display


I assume there are no post codes (beeps)?

Pull everything including the video card, leave only the RAM and CPU installed.

Try powering it on, You should hear a long beep, then some short ones to tell you the video card wasn't detected.

If you still don't get any post beeps, try resetting the BIOS, and re-seat your RAM.

If it still doesn't post it could be a system board mounting issue, bad system board, bad RAM, bad CPU, or bad Power Supply

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No display


Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........

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PC boots up, but no display and hard drive does not seem to spin


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