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Can not open my pc

It happen after i change something in bios system. then, when i open, a weird sound like ' ti...ti...ti....' appear and my pc do not respon anything.

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It means your pc has your system north configuration wrong. My advice:Call a technician

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Well this usually happens! Its weird but I have no more theory, with a new Power Supply will not work, believe or not sometimes old computers [or in this case motherboard] will not even boot the BIOS with a different power supply than the one that the motherboard has always used, sounds weird but if you try it, you will see that will boot like if nothing happened before... give it a try and tell me how it goes... Best regards and LUCK!!! Luis

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I'm not sure I understand the question, it would be helpful to read your question though one last time before posting it to make sure it makes sense. I THINK you're asking how do you make the built in sound card come on? If that's the question, do the following, but BE CAREFUL. You will need to go into the BIOS by pressing the "Delete" key when the PC first starts up. Once you press the power button & see things start to happen on the screen, press the "Delete" key & that will take you into the BIOS (Basic Input Output Systems), but this is a VERY dangerous place for somebody who doesn't know what they're doing (no offense). If you change the wrong setting in the BIOS you may do something to your system that prevents it from booting up. If you do that, then you will have to take it to a repair person. That's another story for another day.

After you press the Delete key, you will see the screen turn blue. Look at the directions on the screen & that will explain how to navigate in there. Note, you cannot use the mouse in the BIOS, only they keyboard. So you will have to navigate the the screen that shows Peripherals, then find the sound device & set the sound device to "Enabled". Then, press F10 to "Save & Exit".

I suggest that you do a "dry run" fist. Press Delete, go into the BIOS & look around. Don't change any settings, just look. Then press the ESC key to exit without saving the settings. That way if you do change something by mistake, it won't save your changes. Try that a couple of times to get familiar with what you're looking at. Then, when you feel comfortable, IF you feel comfortable, make the change to your sound device, & save & exit.

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Have gforce4 ti video card NO PICTURE of any kind screen says no signal detected

The GeForce4 Ti has two rear ports. 1 HDMI and 1 VGA. Try plugging into each. Video signal should be sending out of one of the ports. If neither port is sending out signal than you'll need to trick the bios.
Suggest you remove the Gforce4 Ti AGP card from the MB so you can regain video display and change the settings within the bios. Once you have display, enter the bios menu. Do you have your manual? Enter bios menu by pressing the "Delete" key every 2 seconds until the bios menu loads. Open, Integrated Peripherals, see top of page 3-11. Set Primary Graphic's Adapter to: [AGP]. Than go to the top of page 3-10. Change the AGP Aperture Size to as low as possible or to: [Disabled] "preferred".
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There is a setting in the bios to turn off the chasis intrude alert. I don't know what board you are using, but usually enter the BIOS by tapping 'DEL' or by pressing F2 immediatly after switching on.
You obviously are a stranger to the BIOS, so "DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE THAT LOOKS LIKE IT COULD DO WITH CHANGING" while you are in there, just look for and alter tis setting and NOTHING ELSE...


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try deleting and reinstalling the drivers on it they might be corrupted or something

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Hi, your motherboard and Bios settings are both ok.
The problem is most likely your hard drive. I reccomend you check this by pressing the delete key repeatatadly at start up to enter the bios settings. at the first screen you should see if your hard drive is recognised [ primary master]. It may be time for a new drive or for a reinstall of your operating system.
Regards mistyman

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