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When I turn on and hear buzz normal,and hear beep beep beep beep as screen still black

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If this is correct then you likely have a POST problem (Power On Self Test), the beep you normally hear is conformation that the computer has passed the POST correctly - if you no longer have the POST beep then I suggest you look up your motherboard manual for more info but the basic check is to confirm all the cables and drives are well connected, the RAM is fully and correctly inserted. If you have recently added any new devices to your computer (graphics card or RAM etc) then remove this and see if the POST problem goes away. You may also find in your motherboard manual something labeled CMOS Clear - this will be a jumper (little pins sticking out) of the motherboard which is essentially a reset for the BIOS which may help rule out an issue in the BIOS config.

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When you turn on your PS3 and you get a black screen but do hear the audio most likely you just need to reset the video settings on the system. You do this by holding down the power button until it beeps twice. After you do this try to turn on the system. If you still have a black screen then you need to check the connections.

Note if you never hear the audio then there may be a problem with the mainboard of the PS3. It is possible that the out put that you are using got burned out. You may try the other connection to see what happens. So if you normally use the AV connection then try the PS# with the HDMI connection and vice versa.

If you still have trouble I would check with Sony so see if you are still in warranty to get the system repaired.

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