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No image on monitor. I added new ram 1GB and a wireless card to my computer. Everything was working well.The problem started when the power went off from my house. When I tried to turn on my PC again.. all I got was a beep and yellow light from it. The CPU fan runs yet I get nothing else. I tried using different monitors just in case it was my new monitor but I got the same result, no image. I tried switching different power cables and still no luck. Does this mean i need a new motherboard or can this be another problem? Help! I'm not a computer savvy :s. Aitana

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It may be the motherboard but I would suspect it more likely the power supply not providing proper voltage requirements.

To bad you don't have a soyo diagnostic board or pwr supply tester.

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