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No display every thing seems fine

No display every thing seems to be fine, no beeping sound nothing.
using the pci express card i get nothing also

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1) Have you tried a different monitor ?

2) Are your video drivers up to date ?

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WHAT RAM DOES IT TAKE ?


MANY QUESTIONS START WITH THE MOST EASY.
1.CHECK WITH A OTHER MONITOR
2.CHECK SO THE VIDEOCARD IS SEATED FIRMLY IF NOT
INTEGRETED.
ABOUT THE (RAM) MEMORY IF YOU HAVE HEAR SOUNDS WHEN
BOOT LIKE BEEP-BEEP-BEEP.CAN MEAN BAD RAM.

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My ATI firepro V7800 makes continuous beeping noise. PC does not boot when I turn it on.....pls help!!!


1) Believe the continuous beeping you hear is a BIOS Beep Code, stating you have a graphics problem. Computer, not video card, is beeping.

2) Do you have the external 6-pin PCI-Express power cable plugged into the graphics card, from the Power Supply?

3) IF, your Power Supply does not have a 6-pin PCI-Express power cable, are you using TWO 4-pin Peripheral power cables, connected to a 6-pin PCI-Express adapter power cable?

To wit;

6-pin PCI-Express power cable example, and also showing a 6-pin PCI-Express adapter power cable on the right,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#pciexpress

Example of a 4-pin Peripheral power cable,
(Misnomered by many as a 'Molex' power cable. Molex was the first company to make that type of connector. The name stuck, kind of like calling an adjustable open-end wrench a Crescent wrench),

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

Note the color code of the wires used in a 4-pin Peripheral power cable, and a 6-pin PCI-Express power cable.

Red = 5 Volt wire
Yellow = 12 Volt wire
(All are DC Voltage)
Black = Ground wire. (ALL Black wires are Ground wires)

The 4-pin Peripheral power cable has ONE Yellow 12 Volt wire.
The 6-pin PCI-Express power cable has TWO Yellow 12 Volt wires.

The most power that a PCI-Express x16 expansion slot can deliver, is 75 Watts.

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#pciexpress

"This cable is used to provide extra 12 volt power to PCI Express expansion cards. PCI Express motherboard slots can provide a maximum of 75 watts."

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#pciexpress8

"The older 6 pin version officially provides a maximum of 75 watts (although unofficially it can usually provide much more)"


The ATI FirePro V7800 graphics card requires 150 Watts by itself.

The PCI-Express x16 expansion slot CANNOT deliver the recommended power (Wattage) needed, therefore an external power cable capable of delivering 75 Watts is needed.

What happens if you just use ONE 4-pin Peripheral power cable, in a 6-pin PCI-Express adapter power cable?

The PCI-Express x16 expansion slot contact pins -> BURN

The gold plated contact pins on the bottom of the graphics card -
BURN

The connection on the graphics card for the 6-pin PCI-Express power cable - BURNS

The contact pins in the 6-pin PCI-Express adapter power cable -
BURN

If it is too bad, and cannot be remedied by cleaning, the motherboard is TOAST, and so is the graphics card.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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New motherboard GA-p67x-ud3-b3 no video on boot


  1. 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x16 (PCIEX16)
    * For optimum performance, if only one PCI Express graphics card is to be installed, be sure to install it in the PCIEX16 slot.
  2. 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x8 (PCIEX8)
    * The PCIEX8 slot shares bandwidth with the PCIEX16 slot. When the PCIEX8 slot is populated, the PCIEX16 slot will operate at up to x8 mode.
  3. 3 x PCI Express x1 slots
    (All PCI Express slots conform to PCI Express 2.0 standard.)
  4. 2 x PCI slots

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I'm new at building PCs, but once I got all the hardware installed and turned it on, I could get no video output. I tried with the motherboard video and then with a PCI-E video card and neither would...


Sounds like something like your ram or processor are no good yet.
If it doesn't give any kind of beep, start over, with just ram and processor, and keyboard.
and oh, yea, monitor.


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I plugged my new video card in pci express socket, turned on computer, I get 4beeps 2 beeps 3 beeps 3 beeps and no picture.


what is the make of the motherboard you are using?
does the card need extra power supply plugged into the card?
tried another card to see if the new card is faulty?

Jan 18, 2011 | ASUS EAH5450 SILENTDI1GD2 graphics adapter...

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Upgrading graphics card


This is eMachines Support, and the specifications page for the eMachines C6535 desktop computer,

http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=C%20Series&model=C6535

Scroll down the list until you come to the Video heading.

You'll see - PCI Express (PCI-E x16) slot available

This means you have a PCI Express x16 graphics slot on the motherboard, and it is open, and available.

You can use a PCI Express graphics card.

Two things I would like to note.

1) You need to check the System Requirements of the PCI Express graphics card you're going to buy, and see if your System Resources are able to support it.

The main thing you need to look for here, is what power is required for the graphics card.

Does your Power Supply have the necessary Wattage?

Not only does your Power Supply have to be able to deliver the necessary power for the computer system resources (Processor, Ram Memory, etc), it also has to be able to deliver enough power for THAT graphics card.

Since eMachines Support doesn't list the power of the Power Supply, I searched online for a Power Supply replacement for the C6535.

Seems the C6535 comes with a 300 Watt power supply.
Problem is, back in the day the C6535 was made, power supply manufacturers were 'Fudging' the true maximum Wattage, that their power supply's were truly able to deliver.

A more realistic figure, is 70 percent of the maximum rated Wattage stated.
This would be 210 Watts.

Therefore, you're going to need a better power supply, to support any of the really decent PCI Express graphics cards out there.

2) PCI Express came out in 2004.
PCI Express is a technology.

The PCI Express technology has gone through three major changes, or upgrades, since it came out.

A) PCI Express 1.0 version
B) PCI Express 1.1 version
C) PCI Express 2.0 version

PCI Express graphics cards now, are made in the PCI Express 2.0 version.

You can use a PCI Express 2.0 graphics card in a computer with PCI Express 1.1 technology.

PCI Express 2.0 is Backward Compatible with the PCI Express 1.1 technology.

Your computer uses the PCI Express 1.1 technology.

If you use a PCI Express 2.0 graphics card in a computer with PCI Express 1.1 technology, you won't get the full capability of the PCI Express 2.0 graphics card.

Will you notice?
NO
We haven't begun to fully use all the bandwidth of the PCI Express 1.1 technology yet, much less PCI Express 2.0

(PCI Express 3.0 technology is just around the corner, and getting ready to be used on newer graphic cards. Marketing strategy)

Have any further questions concerning this, please post in a Comment.
JCV

Information on PCI Express,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express

May 18, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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After pressing POWER button i get 2 long beeps -- thats all -- nothing on the monitor -- nothing at all ... :( ??


Two beeps means that you need to check your RAM. Try changing the RAM module and see if it working? If you have any display card (AGP/VGA/PCI or PCI express) installed then you need to check that it is properly inserted in the slot in the motherboard. Also check for any loose connections in display card.

Dec 21, 2009 | MSI K8MM3-V Motherboard

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I am having a problem of no display


Hi mystriaxe_me, the issue of no display depends greatly on which display you are currently using. The Intel MB D102GGC2 does use an onboard (Integrated) graphics card & it also allows you to use a PCI-Express graphics card but not at the same time.
If you are not using a PCI-Express x16 card your monitor cable should be connected to the "Dark Blue in color VGA port" located at the rear of the MB. If you are using a PCI-Express card, the bios auto detects that one is attached & will boot to the PCI-E. Most PCI-E cards have two ports. If the first one does not show display than move your cable to the second port on the PCI-E card. (Also try removing your PCI-E card & re-inserting it. The connection may not be fully inserted. Most PCI-E cards also require more power. Check your card for additional power ports. Some use a power cord like a floppy disk drive, others use a power cord like a hard disk drive & newer cards use either a 6-pin power cord or 4-pin squar power connector. Check the manual for the PCI-E card.
If in either case if you do not receive display on your monitor, check the monitor cable for good connection. Also check the monitor by hooking it up to a working notebook or a working PC.
If nothing helps you gain display, post here which graphics card you are using. If its a PCI-E card post the manufacture & model number.

Good luck mystriaxe_me!
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Dec 16, 2008 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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