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P6stmt beep error

Hey guys. I have a elitegroup p6stmt starts up but after i start it it shows no video and several three second beeps and doesnt stop. I have switched ram, psu, and still no post. Nothing but beeps. I was just wondering if yall might be able to help.

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Make sure your RAM and Graphics Card are properly fitted and data cable of your monitor connected.
Also the links below may be useful to you
http://www.nodevice.com/driver/P6STMT/get36620.html
http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/ecs_elitegroup/motherboard.html

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