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No beeping, no video displayed.

I installed this Motherboard today, and when I tried to turn on the computer, nothing happens. The CD-Drive whirrs, the Fan goes, LED's in the case turn on, but nothing else. I was told to find a beep test result, and to post the beeps on another forum, but I cannot find anywhere to put the small speaker that came with the mobo! Can someone please help me?

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  • Joel Birney Jun 30, 2007

    Sure! Mobo is... Abit - LG95(z) and ram is... unlabeled... But it says... US1X128064BML293, 240 PIN. Other serial type thing is HYS64T128020HU-3.7-A

  • Joel Birney Jun 30, 2007

    Also, I can't find where I am supposed to place the small speaker on the MOBO, if you could find a picture of the location, that would be amazing!

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2007

    Same issue. ABIT LG-95Z motherboard, 2GB DDR2 665MHz unbuffered RAM from Crucial.

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2007

    Sorry, should've been more explicit - just like original report - no beeping, no video.

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2008

    same thing, just built a system with this board, turned it on , no beeps, no video either, i tried to install an old pci video card and same, no beep, no video, junk.

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No, nothing. I exchanged the board at Microcenter, hopefully the new one will work better.

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Disconnect everything external to the computer and then turn on anything happen ?

if still nothing remove all cards, anything?

remove all ram anything, ?

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Hi, The beep test is notrmally done with the small speaker attached to the computer internally, there could be a problem with the RAM installation check the RAM compatablity with the mother board, give me further details of the make and model of the mother board and RAM , i will try to help you.

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  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2007

    check the RAM compatiblity
    that will help

    let me know the details of RAM and Mother board

    i will try to help

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