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SYSTEM is neither turning on nor giving any beep sound.

I have changed the C MOS battery.but still no beep sound is coming after removal of ram and turning on the pc.

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Does it show any signs at all of powering up?

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Check the settings of your Bios or go back to the default settings.

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Does not beep


Beep is indicated related to ram. If there is ram problem it gives a long beep. If it is working properly there is one single beep. Now you say that there is not beep, so it has to be related to motherboard and power supply. If you can open the machine remove the ram and power on it if you hear a long beep there is ram problem. If it does not beep and there is power in machine try to change the cmos battery. then too it doesnt work there is problem with your motherboard

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IBM Thinkpad T41 beep sound on system startup


Here are the beep codes for the Thinkpad:" Continuous beeping System board failure One beep; Unreadable, blank or flashing LCD LCD connector problem; LCD backlight inverter failure; video adapter faulty; LCD assembly faulty; System board failure; power supply failure One beep; Message "Unable to access boot source" Boot device failure; system board failure One long, two short beeps System board failure; Video adapter problem; LCD assembly failure One long, four short beeps Low battery voltage One beep every second Low battery voltage Two short beeps with error codes POST error message Two short beeps System board failure.

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Changed cpu on packard bell imedia d3318, still getting no signal on monitor and no beeps. When I remove the cpu and power on, there are no beeps


Have you check with different RAM, Did you try to reset BIOS by removing the CMOS battery and shorting CMOS jumper? Your Processor may be ok but you are plying with it. When there use to be no display then first thing you should doubt with the CMOS battery and the RAM and Motherboard, rather then CPU, CPU hardly gives problem.

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The yellow light comes on inside but the computer won't come on neither does it beep?


First remove any power cables and batteries(if laptop) from your system and hold down the power button for 15 seconds.

Plug the power cable back in & attempt to boot.
If this does not solve your problem then you will need to remove all non-essentials from your system.

If laptop, this simply consist of battery, ram, optical drive & any other removable bays or devices. Unplug all cables except the power cable & attempt to boot.

If desktop, you will need to remove any cables plugged into your computer except keyboard, mouse, power, video, sound, & network cable. Open the case & remove any PCI cards, except video cards, unless you have on-board video, unplug the data & power cables going to the optical & hard drives. Now attempt to boot. If you have no luck you can remove your RAM sticks & try again. If you get an error beep warning you about no ram then you might have a bad ram stick. If none of the above works then you may have a bad power supply or motherboard. Power supplies are pretty easy to test with tester or use a spare.

Jul 16, 2012 | Dell PC Desktops

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When I turn on my emachine, it beeps beeps beeps..... nothing on the monitor.....


Hi oleresi

If there is a continues beep sound then the RAM is corrupted or gone, you need to replace a new RAM


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Ok well i have a compaq presario 2013WM Prod#: RE468AA S/N: CNH6381M2M desktop computer and i have every cord plugged in and the main system box (where you turn it on) and when you turn it on the green...


The beeping sound (beep code) has already indicated that the system has a Memory issue, i.e. Missing or Bad memory (Memory = Ram). Turn off the System, remove the Power cord from the back, open the case and reinstall the ram or if there are two, then uninstall one of them, Turn on the machine and verify whether you still hear the beeps or not. if not then the other Ram is the culprit or wasn't properly installed, clean it with a Rubber Eraser (pencil eraser) and reseat it. Remember, hardware install and uninstall should be done only when the machine is off and power cord unplugged.


If after removing one of the Ram doesn't seem helpful and the problem persists, they swap them, reseat the uninstalled and remove the one on the slot. Reboot the system and verify.

If there's only one Ram, then you'll need to purchase a new one or should have a replacement, otherwise, you'll not be able to troubleshoot this issue.
You can also check the difference in beep sequence, remove the Ram (s) and power on the Computer, you should hear the same beeps.
If there are two Rams, then at least one of them should be working, I don't think both would die at the same time :-)
Let me know if you need further help.

Good luck.

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System beeps one second, and repeats the beep every two to three seconds at start up, and does not complete start up.


its most likely the memory module (rams)

  • open side of case
  • remove rams, clean with issue
  • replace and turn on machine.
  • that should help. If not the memory module might need changing.
  • before you go out and buy new ones,,
look for the battery on the main board,
remove it,,,(make sure machine is unplugged), remove the memory as well, press and hold power button a few seconds (20) replace rams and battery, plug in and try booting now..

If that fails,, replace the rams.,

Mar 05, 2010 | HP Pavilion a1610n PC Desktop

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Won't boot, has a steady beep sound.


Hi,
Beep codes denote that there may be problem with your RAM modules inside your computer Cabinet. Remove the cabinet, remove the RAM modules from the slot, clean the dust particles present and replace the RAM back to the slot properly and try restarting your system. Try 5 continuous attempts like this and at any one your system may come alive. The Beep codes may vary among different motherboard vendors. So refer to your system motherboard manual and there the interpretation for different kinds of beep code will be provided.

I hope this is helpful and solves your problem,
Thanks

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Constant beeping when powered up, no display


If the beeping is constant, check your keyboard for any keys that are stuck in the depressed position.

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I have a presario compaq v3230AU lap top that does not boot.the power turns on but the screen remains blank.wat could be the problem.please advice


Hi there. It would help if you provided more info regarding your problem. The follwing would be good startpoints:

1. What was the last time you were able to do with the laptop?
2. Have you made changes [immediately] before the issue started happening?
3. How old is the PC?
4. What are its specifications (ie.CPU speed, memory type and size, OS, etc.)
5. Have you experienced this same problem before using the same computer, or on another computer?

Well, here's a shot in the dark. If the unit is, say more than 5 years old, it's probably a hardware defect. Meaning your unit's screen display data connection is already out of order. This usually happends to laptops with data connections too compactly embedded between the hinge of the laptop lid and chassis.

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