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No signal to monitor for emachine, beeps 3 timesd only, how can I reset bios if I can't see??

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This problem depends on your motherboard manufacturer. Check the supplied link to troubleshoot the problem. If you get stuck write back.

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

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Do you hear any beep codes?

Your BIOS manufacturer's site will explain in full the beep codes you're experiencing. The beeps you are explaining is your system failing the POST (power on checks), it emits a series of beeps to tell you the precise nature of the problem. Beep codes are BIOS-specific. The following BIOS sites should help you. You must however first, identify which BIOS you've got.
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Reboot with "F8" held down.
you are only booting to bios and minimum disk software. This may give you an indication of your monitor or video driver status.

If you can borrow another monitor from someone, that would confirm your monitors status....

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Hello,

Try go to bios setup and then try resetting bios by selecting the bios default setting. and then look up for the configuration regarding your monitor setting or try to enabled that setting.

You can manipulate the bios setting ...don't forget to save the setting.

then try rebooting the system.
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try resetting your bios.. reset it to system defaults.. check all connections properly.. pc to monitor..etc etc..
if you mean no error code by "no bios beeps" then it's okay..
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