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Graphic card Hi, i bought new ATI Radeon GeCube HD 3870 Gddr4 graphic card. I put it in to my computer and when I turn it on it just makes some beeping sound but nothing shows on the screen. I have Asus M2N/M2N DH motherboard. My last card was Sapphire Radeon HD 2600 XT Gddr4. Please help.

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  • R0bin Dec 26, 2007

    i have installed a nividia geforce 8400gl graphics card in the pcie slot and all i get is beeps, tried to go back to onboard graphics with no joy. disconected power supply to motherboard and bios battery tried resetting cmos all to no joy, so all i have is a beeping computer with a black screen please help

  • Tee Pee Dec 26, 2008

    hi..may i ask if the GeForce 8500 gt vdeo crd compatible with the asus p5gv-mx board? it is a pci-e and i do have a pci-e slot on my board. but when i tried to play a game, my monitor turn to white screen... =( waiting for your response. thanks!

  • batman747 Jan 06, 2009

    my msi motherboard i've lost ms 7228 driver support for audio & video.

  • skunkydan Feb 10, 2009

    My computer worked fine, then I had it turned off for a few weeks and when I restarted it, it just beeps and the screen is black. I changed and removed nothing, didnt even move the computer, any Ideas? Would this happen because of a power surge. I do have a surge protector on, just wondering if it could still be a problem.

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Beeping and no video means that the card failed to come up, and the bios is letting you know. try another card, or test that card in another system.

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Do you have the 6-pin PCI-E power connector attached to the new video card? If you do it's possible you power supply is insufficient and may need to be upgraded.

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