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No display, No bios beeps

My hp 29820-69007 vectra motherboard has a problem, motherboard has a power but no display,,my ram and processor is good.. no bios beep. but i can hear 2 fast tick sound.. i also tried putting agp video card but nothing happens..what could be the problem?? is it my motherboard or some of the peripherals attached to it??

I know all experts in this site can help me,,

,,Thanks for the help in advanced..
GOD BLESS

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  • jerry villarin Jul 01, 2009

    This doesn't solve my problem,, I try reinserting the agp video card and also tried to clean the agp slot.. My motherboard has a built-in beeper.. still problem persist. any other possible solutions??,,

    ,,please guyz help me,, iknow someone there can help me out here,,

    ,,Thanks in advanced,,

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Hey i think this also happens when the IDE cable is faulty, try replacing it, seems funny but i just recovered from a similar problem

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Ok you havent hooked up the pc speaker to motherboard to get that beep, but thats not that big a deal, your main prob is your video card, make sure you have inserted it into the agp slot properly, press it down on either side hard but not too hard, make sure its down all the way, make sure you have connected monitor to it properly, you might have stuffed it, make sure you are not on carpet to prevent static electricity, try again, then switch on, display should come up from your video card to your monitor

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