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Compac presario v2000

Screen went black. You can hear it running but when you turn it on I get a black screen and it beep loud 2 times. We even tried a new battery.

can you help me?

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  • purplesage May 11, 2008

    same thing,screen went black,you can hear it running.No beep sounds though.

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First in this order ,remove battery,remove hard drive,remove ram.
check ram terminals and connections for dust/debris clean if need be and replace making sure properly seated.check hd for dust/debris,bent pins.refit into housing correctly.insert battery.restart.if problem still exists may have to reset bios or inverter damaged but doubt this.

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Ther must b a problem wit the ram...try replacin it...don 4get 2 vote

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Try reseating the RAM,if that doesn't work replace the RAM

2 Beeps = bad RAM

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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Hi Tom,

Please verify the capacity and how many memory modules you have in the system?

If your system won't turn on and get 2 beeping sounds. It is an issue with your memory (RAM) you may need to reseat the memory card. After reseating the memory card (RAM) and the issue persist and i suggest to check also the warranty of your system from your coomputer manufacturer for part replacement.

keep me posted.

regards,

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