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Phenom so we need to get image out of the unit. remove everything extra, dvd hdd etc, only leave cpu memory and vga connected, also remove the extra vga try starting up.

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  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    you payd 3 times?

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    Remove all the ram and hear the beeps. insert only one memory module and see what happens do you get any picture?



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  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    that sounds like faulty video, try the other video card.

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    IBM bios - one long, two short - VIDEO (mono/cga display circuitry) issue



    Ami bios, this is yours i checked with asus.



    one long, two short - An error was encountered in the video BIOS ROM, or a horizontal retracing failure has been encountered



    both point to faulty video, try the other card. see if you get same results, remove the ram again etc..

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    also



    1 long 2 short - video error, cannot initialize screen to display any information.

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    when you remove the ram, you should be geting 1 to 4 beeps or one long beep / 1 long 1 short, 1 long 2 short is video.

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    I know the 1 long 2 short too well from my acer laptop vga failing every 12 months :)

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    Sorry to say im going to sleep right now, I will get back to you when I wake up, first thing!



    leave any comments, here or click on ask me to post a new topic. (make sure its set on free) Il read my email and then come to fixya the first thing I wake up.



    Talk to you soon.



  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    So hows it going? tried the other video?

  • Ekse Jul 24, 2008

    Oh, 1 long 3 short, extended memory failure,,

  • Ekse Jul 26, 2008

    so hows it going?

  • Ekse Jul 26, 2008

    Yeah, hows it going?

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Nope, that did'nt work either. The answer to the other question is yes ,I paid 3 times. Is there a way around that?

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  • Greek19150 Jul 24, 2008

    Nope, it just had a different beeping pattern of 1 long 2 short beeeps but didn't turn off. Then I tried 1 2gb stick and it runs then seems like it down shifts after 10 seconds then after another 10 it shuts off.

  • Greek19150 Jul 24, 2008

    I switched video cards and now it ran but then had 1 short beep then 3 quick short beeps then powered off after 10 seconds.

  • Greek19150 Jul 24, 2008

    Ok goodnight, its 1 am here i'm tired too

  • Greek19150 Jul 24, 2008

    I went through my Motherboard book and looked at which memory is best recommended. I ordered it and it should be here tommorow.MEM 1G|CORSAIR CM2X1024-6400 R - Retail (Qty=2, Price=$54.00)
    (Shipped from Memphis, TN)
    MEM 1Gx2|KST DII667 KVR667D2N5K2/2G - Retail (Qty=1, Price=$42.99)
    (Shipped from Memphis, TN)

    1 of these has to work. Yeah its a downgrade but if i can get it running i may be able to set the bios on the motherboard to accept 1066 Mhz. It says that it can be upgraded through the bios.

  • Greek19150 Jul 26, 2008

    Ekse you out there?

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