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Black screen and beeping.

When I turn the power on all of the fans start spinning. I also hear beeping. The beeps are about three seconds apart. And I can't even get to the BIOS. I'm using the on board graphics I have my monitor plugged in and I get no picture at all.

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  • Flummery Feb 04, 2008

    tried the battery and it didn't work. i'm going to borrow my friend's PCI-E graphics card tomorrow and see if that's it.

    i did a little research and found out that the beeping my be because the memory is not compatible with my motherboard. is that possible?

  • Flummery Feb 04, 2008

    i just switched out my old ram for 2 gigs (2x1) of patriot ram and the beeping stopped. but still no picture.

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Try to use pci card to getto screen agp ect ok maby bios thinks its that output reset it pull out battery then back in

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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    nick helpap Feb 04, 2008

    yes sir that can be a issue

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 04, 2008

    well u have to have one in at least what ram are using and what ram does yours take sum dont always work

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