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First disable the onboard VGA then put in a known good AGP graphics card to see if you can get through the POST if your BIOS i rejects the RAM chips it should give you a short series of beeps this would indicate that the memory is not compatible as a rule of thumb PC2700 speed memory is for a motherboard and processor with a 133Mhz FSB this is quaded to 533MHz. you can usually place faster memory but not slower memory look at the table below for rated Frontside Bus Speeds.
Hi, You should get one bios beep. You seemed to have tried everything except a different hard drive. Check the capacitors to see if they busted open. Other than that the motherboard could be fried. Hank
disconnect signal cable and give power to monitor and see "no signal check the signal cable" massage appears on screen if so then monitor is ok fault lies in cpu open the cpu disconnest the ram and listen whether contineus beep comes or not if comes then ram is faulty if not then motherboard is faulty
Your Problem Is not in your Monitor Its in your CPU. Your CPU is not giving Display Signal to Monitor that's why Monitor goes to power saving mode. try to open Your CPU and remove RAM Clean RAM Slots and Fix it Again. Try to Boot now.
i think that is not monitor problem, that is your computer (cpu) problem.plase chack your ram memory,open your cpu door and remove your ram and clean it with cloth and restore back.your problem will be solve thank you.
Check if it's plugged in(haha just joking :)) )... are you sure the system panel connector from the case fits with ur mothrboard? if not you have to change some wires.Also there might be somehing from the PSU.I hope this worked for you coz it worked for me.
just buy another power supply with a higher power for the problem is not on your computer but on the power supply,then try to plug it in a 220v voltage regulator,but i surely recommend that you'll buy a new power supply ok