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Video Ok.. When I turn on my computer it boots up just as if the video was working problem is it is not I've tried switching out video cards still nothing tried the onboard to but still nothing so please help me. (It could be the battery but I just replaced it)

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Disconnect all power cord and also video card. reconnect it again using on-board video card. reset your motherboard. find jumper near the battery read info on it by resetting( you can do that by switching on for a seconds). and then switch on then press F2 or Del to enter the bios configuration. Load system optimized default(something like that.) and then save and exit. when computer boot up in this setting your in your way. but if not then, fixed any memory attached may be lessen. when it is successful your glad using your on-board video adapter/card.

You can either use your add on Video card.( be sure that you add on card is functional.) shutdown the computer then attach the add on Video Card. Do not transfer yet the monitor connection from the on-board. switch on the computer press again F2 or Del to enter bios setup(note: your using onboard on this) If your in the bios, find an option "AGP bridge configuraion" (find in advance and then chipset option) on primary graphics adapter (select AGP or PCI) and then press F10 to save and exit. may solve your problem.

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Sorry to say, but I just can't understand youre grammar. Maybe you need to put some marks on your sentences such as comma to specify thought.

Anyway, based from my understanding to your problem, your computer tries to boots but you cannot see anything on the screen(I hope this is what you really mean)..

And you have already tried switching video cards, so maybe you have plenty of video cards there. Hmmm.. so if you have already make the swithching technique, that should have solved the video problem, unless all your video cards is not working.

Why dont you try to connect your video plug to the onboard graphics(this is the motherboard plug for your video device). If its still not working there, then there must have been a problem on your motherboard, since you have told that it boots up and has a beeping sound. Maybe the onboard graphics is already not workiing.

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