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You may have to find a manual for your motherboard, which could be difficult if you dont know what kind it is. somewhere on the mnotherboard is a connection for a speaker. the motherboard speaker, which is probbably noit installed, is supposed to give out "beep codes" when you have fatal or serious errors related to booting. if you can get ahold of a cheap little speaker and figgure out how to hook it up to the motherboard, you will get a series of beeps,. once you have the beeps, you need to go to the motherboard manufacturer's website to decipher the beep code.
without the beep code, i can still confidently say-
the problem is prolly your video card or ram, and you ve already checked the ram. if you have an integrated video card, you might be able to disable the integrated card in bios and install a new video card, or you may have to get a new motherboard.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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