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Two beeps when powered up, screen stays black. Ive removed the RAM cards an reseated them, switched them around and removed a few-----several times now. What next? Could it be the battery on the board itself?

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Unplug the power cables from motherboard.

then replug. try that. you RAM could also be faulty, which in that case you might need to purchase new Ram

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