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Motherboard problem - no image display when turn on

Hello im wan,

I just replace the heat sink bracket attach to motherboard, the problem is when i assemble all back & on my pc, there is no image display from monitor, how can i solve this problem? please help me....

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  • Haswandi Asrul Mar 28, 2008

    Thanks, Ok i have done it, but still no image & no beep, proc fan work fine, my PC model HP Pavilion a526d, motherboard MS6577, any other suggestion? pleasee...

  • Haswandi Asrul Mar 28, 2008

    "while fixing see to that the RAM locks in the slot correctly." i don't understand, sorry im new to technical, i have done with the rubber & clean the bottom part of the RAM, but if i remove all RAM there is still no "beep"?

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Please fix the processor fan properly.

this may not allow the processor to start

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 28, 2008

    NO BEEP huh??

    that is the problem..

    that is due to the RAM problem only. remove the RAM and use a white rubber too clean it and then fix it.

    while fixing see to that the RAM locks in the slot correctly.

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 28, 2008

    u can do one kind of test to find if there is any problem till RAM stage

    if u start the system without the RAMs then after a few seconds or a minute u must get continuous beeps.

    that means RAM is missing.

    if you are not getting even continuous beeps then problem still lies between the RAM and processor.


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