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Motherboard my computer just power on but no beep no start no monitoring only i can see the fan is running that's all, what's wrong with my motherboard

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Hello devyani,
i think the problem is the hard disk.bring a new one and install a fresh copy of operating system

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No monitor or keyboard, fan is loud, Monitor puts up th no input message but wont turn on, keyboard lights are not on either


> fan is loud

When you first turn the computer on, the full runs at 100%, until the motherboard's "POST" (Power On Self Test) procedure has checked all the hardware, and "beeped" the speaker just once.

So, no "beep" (or multiple "beeps") and the 100% speed of the fan suggest a hardware problem with your motherboard.

Take your computer to a qualified technician for professional trouble-shooting.

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When i switch on the monitor the on/off button blinks and i don't get a picture. johanalvemalm@people.net.au


Most monitors will behave that way if they don't get a signal from the computer so there's nothing to display. A quick check of the monitor itself is to disconnect the signal cable from the computer and then turn the monitor on. Most monitors will display some kind of a message that there's no input and to check your cable connection. Then the power indicator changes color as the monitor blanks out.

You will probably find that your computer isn't starting up when you turn on the power. A common computer problem is that it will turn on when you press the power button, showing a power light and you'll hear the fans inside start running, but it never actually starts running. Then there's no video to the monitor and you see the trouble you described.

The monitor may still be bad. If everything seems to be starting normally and you hear the Windows startup sound through your speakers, but the display stays blank, try another monitor. If that one works, you'll need to have the bad one serviced or replace it. If the test monitor is also blank, the video circuitry in your computer has failed. If the video is built into the motherboard, you can install a plug-in video card as a replacement.

If the computer is turning on but never starts running, that can be a pain to figure out because several things can cause the trouble. The most frequent causes are a bad power supply or motherboard. Bad RAM or a defective drive or other device connected to the motherboard can also keep the board from starting up. The processor itself can fail, but that's not common. I start by removing everything except for the power supply, processor and fan to see if the motherboard is starting. If the motherboard doesn't give a "no memory" error (usually a long beep), you need a power supply or motherboard. Otherwise, the basic hardware is fine, and you can start replacing parts until the trouble comes back, and then you'll know what caused it.

Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!

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I have bought parts for a new PC. When starting it up for the first time I just got a 'No Signal' message on the monitor screen. The motherboard is the Rampage III Extreme. The red led is lit on the...


When you turn the computer on, it should "beep" once, if all the hardware (RAM, CPU, video) is working correctly. If it beeps more than once, something is wrong. If there are no beeps, check that the PC Speaker is correctly attached to its pins on the motherboard.

Try the RAM and the video in another motherboard, to confirm that they are working correctly.

Try a different power-supply -- it should output several different voltage-levels, but if it's not 100%, then the motherboard won't function at all.

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The desktop won't reboot. The power light stays yellow. I hear a fan running, but the monitor says no signal.


If your fan runs and the hard drive spins up, then you have a video card problem.
I'd do this: Disconnect everything inside the case but the CPU, memory, and video. Now try to boot. Also observe the fan on the CPU--does it spin?
If this fails, then your video has probably gone bad. Also--does your computer usually give you a "beep" when it starts up? If so, is it giving you a beep now? If not, you're failing the hardware startup test (POST).
So, your problem may be the video card. If your video is part of the motherboard, then you need to replace the motherboard.

Oct 01, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Monitor black after cpu turned on


This can be any number of things wrong. Does the computer make any beep sounds when it starts?
If there is one, quick "BEEP" sound, than all is well, any more than one BEEP sound means trouble.
However, a computer screen going black like that can be a memory module has failed, or the video card, (if there is one), and it could also be a system fan going bad. Computers are designed to shut themselves off to prevent damaging the processor, and motherboard, if there is a bad fan, video card, or bad RAM. If you can take the side of the computer off, and start it up, try to notice if the fans, and hard drives power up. If they do, than you can move on to the RAM modules. RAM is harder to troubleshoot because if it is bad, the only way to find out is to replace it with known, good RAM. Or, if you have heard BEEP CODES at the start up, than you can search on the internet under "Beep Codes" and see if you can find out what the codes mean. If you are not comfortable with any of this, than you will have to find someone who is, and pay them to fix it.

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My Emachines_w2888 will not boot up. I get a, (NO SIGNAL INPUT).


If all you have done is upgrade the memory, take out one stick of memory and see if the computer will start up. If it acts the same way it has been acting, take out the other stick of memory and put the first stick of memory back in. You could have a bad stick of memory. Does the computer make any beeping noises when you try to start it? Those beeps are the BIOS way of telling you there is a problem. One BIOS beep means the system is starting if you have more than one beep, there could be a problem, the number of beeps along with the brand of BIOS will give you a clue as to what the problem is. Once you know the number of beeps and the brand of BIOS you can search the Internet for what the problem might be. Your monitor showing "NO SIGNAL INPUT" is its way of saying "I'm ok but something else is wrong".

Good luck

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Pc Seems to be dead wont load bios post moust doesnt work or keyboard or monitor


I have the same problem, the CPU fan spins, keyboard lights blink, no start up screen, or bios.
But, when I push a few times on the pc reset button, then the CPU fan is becoming still, the keyboard light are out and I can start the computer again in a normal way.
Can this one be a temporally solution for you too? Do you have any suggestion about?
I guess it can be an electricity dysfunction of a wrong fixed cable.

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No Display


Be sure that your power supply is working!
If the PS is working ,Try to examine your memory . if your computer getting long beeping. means that CPU is working if not beeping something wrong with your CPU. if beeping Unplug the memory clean it and connect it back. then test the computer. if doesn't solve the problem try replace the memory.

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No any display in the monitor, no beep of the RAM while CPU fan is running


Check your power supply. It sounds like you have a bad power supply. Even though the computer powers up, it does not mean that it's good. I have had this problem before, and almost 9 out of 10 times the power supply had gone bad. Just try a different one and see. hope this helps you.

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