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Display probelm my board has no display or beep , but when i remove the ram from the socket it gives ram beep,i find its out that ram are ok ,but when i reinstalled ram than no beep only cpu fan is ok and on keyboard two time bilink is seen

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I am not sure but it sounds to me like the ram is bad.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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Have you check your motherboard with other ram if so it means your board is having a problem

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If you are using on-board video, check the CPU is firmly seated into it's socket, you may have to remove the CPU fan to check this.
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After reading your issue,i am sure that there is problem with your motherboard.
as you cannot see anything on screen and you get power,that means your motherboard is faulty
so just get your motherboard replaced and it will be fine as before
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Dear user, this problem can be coused by many things.
1, The memory you have installed is not compatible with your system.
2, Power supply failure.
3, Contact issue between the socket and the module.

Try thease:

Take a brush and clean the sockets.
Power on your computer without the memory modules, if you hear beep it could be a health signal :D.
Power off the system.
Clean your memory module pins with alachol or other cleaner liquid.
Wail till it dry, inster it back to the socket and move a little ud and down to catch ancontact.

Power on and now shold be work fine.

If this ain't works. Try other brand of memory, kingmax or kingston. They usually shipps with 99 of good modules from 100.

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There is issue with u RAM because when u remove the RAM it starterd beep it means u r RAM slot is ok. the problem is with u RAM pls change the RAM and then check it and one more thing before u change the RAM do one thing take out the CMOS battery and then restart the system after restarting the system shut down the system and then reconect the CMOS battery and start the system.


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