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No beep from my board

Hi all i have an HP Pavilion with the above mentioned board, i turned off the machine and the next day i turned it on and nothing??

Everything turns on, PCU, lights at the front, fans all spin up and stay on, but there is just no output to the monitor??

I have tried changing cables, another monitor, new RAM, different H/Drive, different Graphics Card.....nothing.....still the same score??

I am stumped please help,

thank you,

Allan H

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Re: no beep from my board

When you changed the graphics card,did you check the bios for the right video source?

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