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does it has any beeping sound? if you hear any beeping sound check youre memory module or vga card, now to know the diff between the two is the beeping sound first if you hear a long beeping sound it means that a memory replacement is needed, second if you hear a short beep and has intervals you have a problem with vga card, now if your vga is built in try putting a vga card now it depends on the motherboard weather it has a agp or pci-e port, before you do this try checking youre power supply if it is working, hope this help
IF THE COMMUNICATION PORT FOR YOUR DEVICE IS NOT UNBOARD THAT IS IF THE KEYBOARD, MOUSE AND YOUR VGA CARD ARE THE REPLACEABLE ONE, TRY TO CHANGE THOSE CARDS THEY MIGHT NOT OK ANY MORE. IF YOU STILL HAVE SAME PROBLEM THEN THE MAINBOARD IS NOT OK, ALSO, YOU CAN CHECK YOU MEMMORY CARD THAT IS RAM IF YOU DON'T ATTACH IT PROPERLY IS CAN CAUSE THE PC NOT TO BOOT. IF IS RAM FAULT YOU WILL BE HEARING SOUND FROM YOUR BOARD, ATTACH IT PROPERLY.
First check your volume controls, if you are in windows XP, there is a small icon in the tray (by the clock) that looks like a silver speaker, double click that and turn up the microphone volume. If that doesn't work, you may just have to buy a PCI sound card.