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Beep sound conmes and goes futher no display coming i thingk bios problem

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This happened to me one time, the problem involved the incorrect mounting of the RAM. All I had to do was.......




Make sure the ram is securely fitted into the motherboard, double and triple check.

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In simple terms, you have a hardware failure, probably in your motherboard, hard drive or memory.

The beeps your hearing, are there for a reason. The way it works, is, when you first turn a computer on, it goes through a "Power-on, self test", (know as a POST).

During this period, the BIOS queries the system hardware, such as the hard drive controller, the i/o ports, the memory, etc. and expects to receive back a specific return code which indicates that the specific hardware is running properly.

If it finds a failure in some element of the hardware, it will issue a specific pattern of beeps to tell you which part of the system is failing. (It does this because the system may be unable to display the error on the screen).

Each of the different BIOS manufacturers (BIOS is an acronym for "basic input output system, the hardwired code that talks to the actual hardware), have their own series of short and long beeps, for the different type of failures. So to know where the failure is, you must first know what BIOS manufacture you have in your computer.

Some of the more popular manufacturers are: AMI, Award, IBM, Phoenix, Macintosh, etc.

When you first turn on our computer, the display will report which brand of BIOS you have, and its version.

Once you determine the brand, you can go to any number of web pages that have a cross-reference for the beeps for each brand on BIOS.
I think most adhere to the old IBM PC beep codes as follows:
No beeps: no power, bad CPU,
1 beep: normal
2 beeps: POST/CMOS error
1 long beep, 1-short beep: motherboard problem
1 long beep, 2-short beeps: video problem
1 long beep, 3-short beeps: video problem
3 long beeps: keyboard error
Several long beeps: memory failure (most common fault)
Continuous hi-lo beeps: CPU overheating

You can check with the following websites to get an idea of what's going wrong.
Computer POST and beep codes
How to Diagnose Computer Beeps eHow

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Try removing the display card and using the onboard VGA. Remove the BIOS/CMOS battery for about a minute and then reinstall it in the correct orientation. This will reset the BIOS/CMOS to it's default settings. You say it beeps once, this means that it is fine the mainboard is ok, it is not experiencing any problems. If it beeps in a continuous manner then it is the RAM that is causing the problems, I would say that the default settings may solve your troubles. Remember to enter the BIOS/CMOS when during boot up to reset the date and time by hitting the delete key. Also try entering the BIOS/CMOS even if you can't see any thing on screen, by doing this it may come up. let me know how it goes, I am here to help.

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Try removing your memory and than reseat it. One DIMM at a time and boot the system in-between each.
Still hear the double beeps? Its possible one DIMM may be defective. Continue.
Clear the bios. See page 1-7 in your manual. When the bios has been reset everything will revert to default settings. The onboard graphics will give you back video. Enter the bios and set the bios so the PCI-E card is used. Save and exit. (Most likely your PCI-E card also needs a power adapter connected).
If the system goes back to double beeps try removing the PCI-E card and than reseat it. (Possible loose connection).

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Bios usually has to be entered initially at system bootup, sometimes within seconds of it starting.
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Try tapping repeatadly, either F2 Esc or Delete at system startup.

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