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PC beeping, monitor will not display

My pc when turned on beeps 6 times, then the monitor will not display. The light sequence is AC green and BD yellow. Now I tried removing a memory stick after blowing the dust from the fan area. It came on then when I rebooted it, it is doing it again.Now when I press the power butoon it makes a noise takes abt 15seconds then powers on with the beeping. Can you please help me?

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Re: PC beeping, monitor will not display

We have different sound we can hear in cases of hardware problem, once the video card has loose contact it also beep continously, a beep sound also occurs when the ram(memory card) loose contact, one beep sound when it boot clearly it proceeds as go signal going to operating system. if you are using an upgraded video card remove temporarily and use the on-board from your motherboard. in case that it won't boot and still you hear a beep, beep ,sound then, switch-off the power take out the memory card clean the contact points(bronze color) with pencil eraser, make sure that no remaining residues of eraser remained before you install to the slot. i hope that this solves your problem

Posted on Dec 01, 2007

Re: PC beeping, monitor will not display

I had the same problem, as in the computer beeps and nothing else happens. I just took off the ram stick and put it into another slot. Now it works just fine. I'm not sure if that particular slot got some problem suddenly.

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Re: PC beeping, monitor will not display

Loud beeping noise is your hard drive replug the connectors

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