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My computer crashed and now the monitor goes into power save mode

I was uploading pictures with my card reader and I removed the cord from the USB port before I unplugged the device through the system. After I did that, the screen started to go crazy. It had gray squiggly lines then it just shut down. When I re-booted, the screen was black and then the monitor shut down and went into power saving mode. I have tried to re-boot several times, but the monitor continues to stay black. The tower is running and when I turn on the power, I hear a series of beeps. What's wrong with my computer. I bought it recently from a garage sale at the local college and it was sold as-is. So there is no help there.

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    all 8 of my usb ports stopped working, took it to a computer guy and he fixed  them, now screen goes black and goes into power save mode spontaneously, its almost like the computer cant handle changes in video, because if you turn on a video or msn messenger and start typing, it goes black like its trying to reset something


    any help??

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Try a different video card..

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You said that you hear a series of beeps, if you hear this kind of sounds maybe there is a loose connection from the CPU. Try to remove the Memory and put it back again.

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