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No Video Output - New RAM - Tried Most Things

Hello,

I recently changed the RAM in my machine. The computer boots but does not have any output or any beeps. Just a black screen. I have removed the RAM sticks individually and still no luck. I have tried putting in a video card to and that hasn't solved the problems. I dont know what else to do.

Also when holding the power button the system will not shut down.

Are you able to help please?

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  • ShauneyB Feb 11, 2008

    Hello,

    I have indeed tried the original RAM that the machine was running fine with beforehand with no luck.

    I have tried taking out the CMOS battery each time trying the RAM.

    Thanks.

  • ShauneyB Feb 15, 2008

    I have reset the BIOS and the CMOS each time I made a change. I have changed the apropriate BIOS settings to display out of the right adapter each time.

    I have tried the new RAM, the old RAM and some other RAM.

    I don't know what else to try!

    Thanks.

  • ShauneyB Feb 20, 2008

    Right it seems there is some confusion to the problem when reading it.

    I....

    Added some new RAM to my computer. It is withing the motherboard specifications.

    On booting the machine after the swap it would not POST.

    Since then I have tried the original RAM in every combination, different RAM in different combinations and with single sticks.

    Each time I have tried to change some hardware since the problem I have reset the CMOS and taken out the BIOS battery.

    I have also tried a VGA video card and changed the apropriate BIOS settings to the right output.

    Each time the hard drive and processor and all other hardware is sounding as normal.

    Still no luck!!!

    Any other ideas?

  • hoodjump Mar 12, 2008

    no video output no bios no beeping

  • alamdoc Dec 24, 2008

    I stupidly switched the RAM while the laptop was hibernating. I did not take out the battery and thought the thing was totally off. Afterward, no video. Replaced the original RAM without luck.

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Without sounding silly. Have you tried replacing your new memory with your old memory? Just to see if your Pc boots normally. This will narrow down the root cause. This board only will only handel this type of memory.
Single channel, unbuffered, 2.5V DDR266/333/400, (2)184-pin DIMM sockets, max 2GB

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    Mike Peluso Feb 15, 2008

    Should have come back sooner. Sorry. Ok, you mentioned you installed a video card. I ask that because your board has a intergrated video card. You need to make the correct changes in the bios. Taking out the battery to reset the bios settings is a good idea but you also need to move the cmos jumper position from pins 2&3 to pins 1&2, (pg. 4 in your manual) as well as removing the battery. Than return the battery & set the jumper back to pins 2&3. If your newer memory is within the spec's I listed above & your bios is set to AGP your system should boot & run.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 15, 2008

    Ok, dwn to the basic's. Are you saying the Pc just lost display one day (no changes to system)? Than you tried other things like new memory ect? When you lost display was the rest of the system still running, like hard drive seemed to be running, floppy disk flashed at startup, cdrom light lit & keyboard lights still lit at boot up? Did you try putting memory into different slots & only use 1 dimm?

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 16, 2008

    It is still the basic's, you may not get a beep error code because your video is on board but you do have a spare AGP slot. So add a AGP video card & set your bios to goto AGP first. Also try another monitor just to cover all base's.

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