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WHEN CONNECTED TO POWER THE BOX EMITS A BEEPING NOISE BUT DOESNT START UP OR POWER MOUSE/KEYBOARD & SCREEN SAYS "NO SIGNAL". HAVE DISCONNECTED ALL CONNECTIONS, LEFT OVERNIGHT THEN RECONNECTED BUT SAME PROBLEM...ANY IDEAS ?

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  • skybe74 Jun 20, 2008

    THANX FOR TRYING - UNFORTUNATELY I HAVE TO TAKE IT IN FOR THE TECHS TO HAVE A LOOK AT THE MOTHER BOARD...OH WELL ATLEAST I GOT THE EXTENDED WARRANTY !

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Hai
It seems your PC is having some kind of hardware problem.
It can be a loose connection or so. If you have little bit of experience in opening the PC, try yourself. Also check listen to the type of beep it produces.
If there is 2 beeps its RAM problem or if it beeps continuasly, its power supply problem.
If you doubt RAM, have a new one and check.
It it does'nt help, take it to the nearest service tech. It does'nt cost that much
good luck

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