I had this same problem. After troubleshooting each component, it came down the my processor (e7200) wasn't compatible with the default BIOS on the board. I had to put in a different processor (d940) and flash the bios and now finally I have video with the e7200 processor.
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Hello Try using the onboard video chip to run your graphics.This will tell you if the agp card is bad or not. Remove agp card first. Also if there is another power supply for agp card fan, try using it.
I have used circut board cleaner on vid cards to get the fan working again with sucsess.
First Option: When the machine boots up, watch for instructions such as "Press to enter setup, bios, configuration, ect." Within the BIOS setup should be an option to disable to onboard video. This can usually be found within an Integrated Chipset Features section or a Video section depending on your BIOS. Be careful though, messing with settings that you don't understand can affect your computer negatively.
Second Option: Assuming you're disabling the onboard video because you have installed a video card, access the device manager by right-clicking "My Computer" and click Manage. Select the Device Manager on the navigation pane on the left, then expand the Display Adapters section. Right-click on your onboard graphics adapter and then click Disable and you're done!
Turn the computer off, and disconnect the AC power.
If the motherboard has an "integrated" video-adapter, connect one monitor to its VGA port, and connect another monitor to the VGA port on the add-in video-card, and turn the computer on, and watch both monitors, to see which one becomes "primary" and which one becomes the "secondary" monitor.
Reboot, and enter BIOS SETUP, and "disable" the "onboard" video-adapter, then "save and exit" and reboot. Now, which monitor stays "dark" and which monitor is "primary" ???
try only connect Monitor and keyboard, and check for booting (disconnect all the rest (HDD, CD DRIVE, Sound Card, Network Card, ....) then try connect one by one and always off to change hardware config.
If dont work with monitor and keyboard, try reset bios(jumper),check again, then replace memory modules (must be compatible to new motherboard), evan dont work, send back the motherboard for defective motherboard.
Turn the computer off.
Remove the PCI-E video-card.
Boot the computer.
Press DEL to "enter BIOS setup".
Disable the "onboard video" adapter,
or set the highest video-priority to be the PCI-E slot.
Save settings, but do not "exit" from BIOS setup.
Turn the computer off.
Install the PCI-E video-card.
Disconnect the video-cable from the onboard VGA-port,
and connect the video-cable to the new video-card.
Turn the computer on, and the video-output through the new video-card should be displayed on your monitor.
On board video will likely be disabled if you plug in another video card.
Newer video cards require a connection from the power supply to provide additional power not available on the PCI bus to drive the GPU. It is possible that your 350W power supply does not have enough juice, or the rail is bad.
First guess, check the video card for a power connector. Second, check the power supply. Lastly, if you remove the PCI video card, onboard video will likely work again.
Sorry to say, but I just can't understand youre grammar. Maybe you need to put some marks on your sentences such as comma to specify thought.
Anyway, based from my understanding to your problem, your computer tries to boots but you cannot see anything on the screen(I hope this is what you really mean)..
And you have already tried switching video cards, so maybe you have plenty of video cards there. Hmmm.. so if you have already make the swithching technique, that should have solved the video problem, unless all your video cards is not working.
Why dont you try to connect your video plug to the onboard graphics(this is the motherboard plug for your video device). If its still not working there, then there must have been a problem on your motherboard, since you have told that it boots up and has a beeping sound. Maybe the onboard graphics is already not workiing.
If you have configured it to be the secondary video adapter in the bios, then it will not work as it has to be set as the primary graphics.
the bios will still be looking for your AGP graphics card as the primary and bypass your on board graphics.
If you need to use on board graphics, right click the graphics card in properties>hardware>device manager and select dissable or uninstall.