There are several posiblities out of the the main problems are :
1) Faulty Power Supply. Your power supply may be not providing the proper amount of power.
2) You must be having the old version of bios which is having some problems in it. Update your motherboard bios (NOTE : Updating your bios may damage you motherboard if not done properly, do it own your risk, you may damage your board.)
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Re: no beeps no bios display
this problem is common to these motherboard models.
this post is technical and care must be strictly observed.
1. first turn off your pc (make sure to remove the power cord for safety precaution) 2. Open right side panel using a screw driver 3. carefully remove the memory card by pressing the white plastic locks located on both ends of the memory card 4. connect power cord 5. turn on your pc.... you should hear a beep sound with intervals. (this is 2 check whether your motherboard is still functioning) 6. turn of pc by holding the power button for 4-5 seconds. 7. remove power cord. 8. carefully insert the memory card back to the memory slots. (make sure that the memory is properly inserted on the slots before turning on your pc) 9. Turn on your PC.
Repeat steps 1-9 this time use the other memory slot..
Note: this is technical. you must have a hardware background before doing this procedure.
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Power light possible means nothing, maybe a burned out led. No display: Try feeling the cpu heatsink to see if its getting warm. If it is cold after 15 minutes running, the CPU may have failed. If warm, move onto the graphics. If using onboard, try using an aGP card and see if you get a display then.
(I'm assuming that you get a beep on powering up? If you get no beeps at all, confirms CPU is at fault, if 8 beeps on start up, probably graphics. any other beep codes, post them and I (or somebody else will help)
Hello sir hi, try cleaning the memory modules of your PC. also review your power supply connection. and check the following sequence of events.
1. power on the PC.
2. fan should be blowing.
3. keyboard light, scroll, numlock and capslock lit and then goes off. (if this does not lit, you have a mother board problem)
4. you should hear a beep. (1 beep is normal, 1 long and 2or3 short beeps, means display problem)
5. the numlock is lit. (no light means problem on the motherboard)
6. the display monitor will now display the CMOS.
7. your drive should turn/spin or HD led lights.
Im not so sure if the motherboard develops errors due to being not used for a long time, and may now have slimes and battery leaks that may be present on the board, a visual inspection is needed here, remove your motherboard out of the case and inspect all area for chemical creeps.
Well depending on your bios version, it could be an array of things.
First try removing the video card and re-seating it.
Then re-seat the RAM.
If the problem persists re-seat the CPU.
Let us know the exact model of your motherboard so we can better troubleshoot your problem.
When you turn on your computer the system does a POST (Power On Self Test). If the POST sees an eror it will tell the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) and the BIOS will beep a code or display a code that indicated the problem.
Different motherboards contain different BIOS versions. BIOSes use different beep codes for problems depending on the manufacturer.
Please check within BiosCentral's web site, click on this link: http://bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm (Award) More bios beep codes for different Bios’s at the right side of the link. http://bioscentral.com/beepcodes/amibeep.htm (AMI) Testing RAM in another system does not mean your current memory slots are good. Check for dust or possible slightly bent connectors within the memory slot. Use a couple drops of alcohol onto a cotton swab. Clean the memory slots contacts & the copper contacts on each dimm. Blow slots out with canned air. Allow time to dry. (If you are using a internal graphics card, remove it & clean its contacts with alcohol as well & reseat). (Please do not use an eraser from a pencil)! Check the memory QVL list, (Qualified Vender List). See if your memory has been tested to function on your board. (OVL list is in the manual). Check CPU fan. (Is it running)? The average fan runs between 2000rpm & 3000rpm. This is something you can see if its running too slow. Lastly, make sure your power supply fan or fans are running, hold your hand behind the PSU vent. Check the air, if it feels too warm blow out the PSU with a blast of air. I have come across too many systems where the bios beep suggest there's an issue with memory & instead the trouble was the add-on graphics card or onboard graphics card.
Hi. Continues short beeps... means a short OR no power OR loose card OR system board. Test it without the keyboard and mouse too. Just the Processor with heatsink, motherboard, memory and Video card. Now add the keyboard, no mouse yet. Check also the voltage of the CMOS Battery it should be 3V.
keep me posted for the result... count also the beeps.
Discounting the possibility of a faulty monitor, (I am assuming that you have tested this, either by trying a different monitor or checking the monitor is working on a different PC (Either yours or someone elses that you know)). it sounds like your PC is not booting through BIOS..., this can be caused by all sorts of things, from faulty Power supply to Faulty MEM or even a faulty PCI or graphics card....
The first thing (except the monitor) that I would check is the Power supply.. if you can get your hands on a spare power supply that is the first thing to test (by replacing).
If that does not resolve it's a case of systematically removing all other possible causes of the fault (IE remove all PCI cards and Drives, not removing the Graphics card or MEM.
if the fault persists with all these things done you have diagnosed that the fault lies with the motherboard the CPU or the memory.
how to fixed your motherboard no display and no beep, 1st you must clean your memory using eraser and brush for painting if not display again try to clean your video card if have a video card using again the eraser and painting brush if not display again try to pull out the bass in the cdrom and floppy disk. if not display you must replace the memory and video card., if not display try to change your motherboard. The beep put speaker in the motherboard.. gudluck guys