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On-Board VGA doesn't work but the APG VGA card works on the same machine, i checked all the possibilities over BIOS its all correct it gives me 2 beeps continuously

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Try updade bios on motherboard.

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Your computer has memory problems. First check video. If video is working, you'll see an error message. If not, you have a parity error in your first 64K of memory. First check your SIMM's. Reseat them and reboot. If this doesn't do it, the memory chips may be bad. You can try switching the first and second banks memory chips. First banks are the memory banks that your CPU finds its first 64K of base memory in. You'll need to consult your manual to see which bank is first. If all your memory tests good, you probably need to buy another motherboard.

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Hello my hp a1330n wont power up ,has a flashing light at power cord . unhooked mother board and light stays on. what do you think?


Inspect the motherboard for loose components. A loose or missing CPU, BIOS chip, Crystal Oscillator, or Chipset chip will cause the motherboard not to function. Also check for loose or missing jumper caps, missing or loose memory chips (cache and SIMM's or DIMM's). To possibly save you hours of frustration i'll mention this here, check the BIOS Setup settings. 60% of the time this is the cause of many system failures. A quick fix is to restore the BIOS Defaults. Next, eliminate the possibility of interference by a bad or improperly set up I/O card by removing all cards except the video adapter. The system should at least power up and wait for a drive time-out. Insert the cards back into the system one at a time until the problem happens again. When the system does nothing, the problem will be with the last expansion card that was put in.
Switching power supplies (the most common used PC's), cannot be adequately field-tested with V/OHM meters. Remember: for most switching power supplies to work, a FLOPPY and at least 1 meg of memory must be present on the motherboard. If the necessary components are present on the motherboard and there is no power:
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    2) swap power supply with one that is known to work.
    3) if the system still doesn't work, check for fuses on the motherboard. If there are none, you must replace the motherboard.
If the motherboard cannot configure to a particular peripheral, don't automatically assume a bad motherboard, even if the peripheral checks out on another machine -- especially if the other machine has a different BIOS revision. Check with the board manufacturer to see if a BIOS upgrade is available. Many BIOS upgrades can be made right on the MB with a FLASH RAM program provided by the board maker. See our BIOS page for more information.

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After updating bios of my sx280 from Dell i lose my dvi-signal. i have yet no signal by booting the pc. so i cannot do anything with this pc. No dvi-monitor works and no vga also doesn't work. Is there...


firstly you should be able to use a vga monitor by default no matter what you are doing. If you can borrow one from a freind or have one if you dont have any signal with vga *********** board is not booting. vga will be in rage even at it lowest settings.Does the vga say out of range. And is this a video card or is this card on the motherboard or both.

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2 short 6 long beeps, whats the problem? nothing on screen, no other signs.


Check your VGA Card it's properly connect and your memory module, maybe one of that is not functioning.

If still have that beeps then change temporarily your VGA Card with another. As long as you see some appears on the screen then it's good luck.

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1. On board display card is not working 2. When we attach external vga card display is working but no BIOS image in mother board and it gives an error that BIOS image is scan. 3.Key board is not working.


who makes the mother board and what bios is it using? can u access the bios at boot up? if so, is the integrated video option on? have you checked for upgrades / updates for the bios ? if you can access the bios, remove all non integrated devices from the mother board, select the option for "default settings" save and exit. then restart. after assuring the keyboard is plugged in the correct port. it should be color coded.

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The SIS315 is an integrated video card which uses shared RAM in order to work. Most mainboards will automatically turn off the integrated card as soon as an AGP or PCI-e card is installed. Yours may not do this, or maybe the card just needs re-seating as it is not picking it up correctly.
First you need to double check to make sure the new card is firmly in the slot (this is a common problem that is often overlooked) re-seat card and push it firmly and evenly into the slot. Next, on start-up, go into BIOS and make sure all on-board video is disabled. Save and then restart as normal, hopefully it will see your new card and then be looking for the drivers.
It is possible that the BIOS has your on-board video set on auto, which would mean if no other card is present then the PC would automatically go back to on-board video. Which means it can't see your new card, which in turn means it is either not installed properly or it is faulty.
Just out of interest, it may seem a stupid question but you have plugged your monitor cable into your new card and not the on-board socket?
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No video from the board


Check the motherboard user guide for how to reset to default factory settings. If the BIOS is set to work with the on-board only and the on-board VGA is dead the motherboard is supose to detect that and switch to AGP. If is not doing that chances are not only the on-board VGA controller is gone ... the motherboard is gone too.
Try with a PCI video card.

1.Reboot with the AGP or PCI video card installed - assuming the on-board is gone but the motherborad still OK.
2. Press DELETE key
is supose to go in BIOS settings menu.
Browse and Look for on board VGA adapter ENABLE/DISABLE setting or something similar.

(My bet ? You need a new motherboard.)

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Monitor doesnt switch on


Can you try another monitor?
Since you did try another video card (AGP). I posted (In you're other post), you have to make a bios adjustment under Advanced menu. Once you're P4SP-MX bios is set to boot to the AGP or set to Enable. The bios will no longer try to load the on-board VGA card. I am not being picky about the statement I am going to make ( so don't be offended). Monitor's only receive signal. They do not send signal to PC, just receive. The odds of two video cards not working is high. You did mention you have not heard P.O.S.T (A single beep), which is a test of the motherboard. There could be a loose connection in you're PC. I would remove the memory first. Clean the contacts with alcohol on a cotton swab & blow out the memory slots with canned air (allow time to dry). Than firmely reseat the memory. I would than re-check all data & power connectors within the PC, making sure all are securley connected. With respect to the AGP card, I would do the same. Remove, clean & reseat. Most older AGP's require additional power. Some use a power cable that is also used to power a floppy drive & others use a 4 pin molex (see link),
http://pinouts.ru/connector/4_pin_Molex_power_connector.shtml.
When you are in the bios & within the Advanced menu you may also need to set the bios to read you're AGP card to the correct speed. (EX: 1x,2x,4x). Page 2-19 in you're manual. Once all these checks & cleaning have been completed, try again. Boot the PC and hopefully you will see display on you're monitor.

Post here. Let me know how thing go. Don't assume anything, check all.
Luck!
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clean your vga ,fix it in your agp slot also remove dust from it .
reconnect all cable to board.also clen processor case.
clear your bios.
take away cmos cell for 15 minutes.

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