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System is being hang at any moment even in bios screen. I have changed RAM also. But the same problems is occurring. what should i do ?

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It seems that your motherboard is totaled. You are going to need to replace it. If you have a pre-built computer then the motherboards are proprietary and you will need to get one from the computer distributer. If you have a custom build PC then you can just order a new one off a website like http://www.newegg.com. If you buy a new motherboard you may also have to buy a new processor that is compatible with it. If you know what type of processor you already have then you can buy a motherboard that will support it.

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What are you formatting ? Have you changed the RAM. Does tour system work in its original configuration ? You do not say what the pattern of the beeps is. Before the display disappears, is there a message sent to the screen ?
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http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865gsa/sb/d5600601us.pdf

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hallo, i'm Fernando Kendy from Jakarta, Indonesia

hope i can help with this problem

the mainboard has onboard graphic adapter (S3 bla bla bla)
try using it. unplug your nvidia FX5500

how is it? does it work?
if it still not working, then STOP here. something is wrong with your mainboard

if it is working, then goto BIOS configuration
change the PROCESSOR frequency to 100 MHz (MANUAL) and the RAM frequency to 400MHz
save the configuration, and shut it down immediatelly
plug the nvidia FX5500 back, and turn your pc on...

it should be working fine now
but if you still have problem, then i'm sorry... couldn't help you any further... :)

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I Think this will slove your problem


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