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Ya i can hear the fan switchin on actually it there is a certain sound that beeps when it is workin properly but now it doesnt beeps, my monitor just shows ''off mode''

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Dear friend it seems that you have a problem with either a RAM or your Display Crad
Most probably with the RAM

Ya i can hear the - gaganddun_2.jpg
Switch off your computer
remove the RAM and clean both RAM and the slot i think there may be some dust particles present. clean them with a soft cloth, now place it back on the mother board as you removed it
just see the slot for the cuts generall SD ram have 2 cuts and DDR ram have 1 cut a bit out of centre.

also do the same with the display card

thanks
Gagan
Is my information helpful

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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