Question about IBM NetVista PC Desktop
this beepiig generally is telling you that you are having
a problem with your video card what you can do is to unplugthe computer and open the case and locate the power supply cable that goes from the power supply to the motherboard and disconnect it
now press in on you power buttom and hold it there for 30 seconds and if you have a reset button do the same
now plug in the cord that you previously disconnected from the motherboard and than plug inthe computer and restart the computer and you should beok but if the beeping continuse than yes you have a video card that is failing you ok?
i hope that this has been very helpful for you
best regards michael
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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