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If i turn off the computer it has no beeps and doesn't display on screen but all other things are working normal.

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Do not see a problem here, what do you want to hear and see when you turn your computer OFF?

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  • Listen to the beeps your computer makes when starting up. A single short beep is what you want to hear. If you hear. If you hear something else then post back what it does. There are long and short beeps that could be involved.
  • Disconnect all the IDE cables from the back of the drives. You can leave the power cables connected. When they go back in they also have a notch and can only go in one way.
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