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My pc is not running properly when i start it. it's a single long beep and then two short beep . WHAT IS THIE SIGNAL?

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This is the signal that your ram is not working.U need to chande your ram...but first eject your ram clean the ram and ram port then put the ram back then check if its still beeping then it means u will have to change your ram.....
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Did you check your monitor with other system or individually. If it works fine in these conditions then the issue belongs to your pc.
First of all, you have to confirm that is it the problem of VGA itself or the motherboard. For this, you have to see that does system beep when you start it because system with beeps having the error and the beep sound with continuous or 2-3 beeps relate with different issues. I am going to write down the beep conditions.

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Shut down your computer, then open your computer case and replace the memory module.If you have 2 or more modules ,try starting the pc with one.If it fails, try a different single module.

2 short beeps and 1 long beep repeating for 5 times means its a graphics card issue.
Shut down your computer, then open your computer case and unplug the graphics card, then plug it again.If this doesn't help, try with a different(confirmed working) graphics card.

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I would start with the video card and pull
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mother board cant handle vcard

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My acer 19" monitor has no signal what should i do?


  1. check whether the signal cable properly connected to the vga port or not ?
2.listen the single beep from PC
3.try monitor on another PC . if persists , then the fault lies in the monitor . if not then the fault is in the CPU
thank you.
4.if no beep from CPU then disconnect RAM . listen contineus beep . if heard , then the RAM is faulty , replace it .

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these are the meanings of those two beeps u're getting:
1 short beep : Normal POST - system is ok
1 long, 2 short beeps : Display adapter problem (MDA, CGA)
if u're still hearing 1 long and 2 short beeps then try to swap the MDA, CGA adapter around, if it is ok then that is the problem...MDA and CGA is just like the VGA card they supplements each other. replace MDA/CGA card with another then see.

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When a computer starts up it runs Power On Self Tests (POST). When it finds a problem and can not continue it beeps out a code of long and/or short beeps. Run a web search for beep error code or POST beep errors. Most likly issues are memory or a video card that is not fully seated / making contact.

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When the computer boots up are you getting any sound through the internal speaker at all? (nb - the internal speaker is the one inside the case, not the one connected to the sound card).

When you start a computer this speaker indicates any problems there might be when going through POST (Power On Self Test).

A single short "Beep" means everything is OK and the monitor should come on and you should see the screen. Any other combination of short or long beeps means there is a problem somewhere and you need to look up beep codes for your specific motherboard.

Most of the time if your not getting a single beep it is usually because something is not plugged in correctly, check things like if you are using an extra graphics card check that it is fully pushed in and any clips at the end of the card are fully in place (if it's AGP there is normally an extra clip at the end of the socket that needs to be fully pushed up), also memory, memory needs to be pushed firmly down and make sure the clips at either end of the socket are over the memory.

If you are just getting a standard beep then the problem could be with you monitor or cable, try using a different monitor and see if that makes any difference, also if you have more than one D-SUB (monitor) connector try plugging the monitor into the other D-SUB and see if you get any response from that.

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This beeps occur when some parts inside the CPU are not connected properly. 11 Beeps is VGA Card not properly connected or bad. Try to use another VGA Card.
And remove any PCI Cards that are connected inside and see to it only VGA Card is in to make sure the beeps or the Computer is going to run normally.
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OK, it's gonna be one of these 3 things :

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2. You might be facing a problem with your monitor if the CPU makes a single beep error sound when you switch on the system. You can check whether the problem comes from your monitor by testing it on another CPU. If you still have “No Signal” error displayed including the error beep, I would strongly suggest you to try to get your monitor fixed by a competent technician or to get a new monitor. 

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The fan running at 100% may be fine, depending on how you hooked it up. However, you seem to have a conflict with the video. The short beep you hear is usually the motherboard recognizing the boot drive. The long beep means something isn't configured correctly possibly the video card...?

Look in the owners manual for the keystroke to get into the bios settings. Then right when you turn it on, before the long beep, hit that keystroke and get into the bios and check settings.

NOTE: if you don't get any video when you enter the bios, there is clearly a compatibility issue with your video. All video cards should put out signal for the bios - even if the proper drivers aren't loaded for Windows.

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