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One Beep (Possible system board failure - BIOS ROM checksum failure) Two Beep (No RAM detected) Three Beep (Possible system board failure - Chipset error) Four Beep (RAM read/write failure) Five Beep (Real Time Clock failure) Six Beep (Video card or chip failure) Seven Beep (Processor failure) Eight Beep (Display failure)
This is likely a result of the computer not recognizing the monitor. During the POST test during startup,the computer will check for a video output. It can range from the video card failing to just not having the monitor plugged in. I would check you connections, perhaps try a different monitor, even a television that has either HDMI, DVI, or VGA input. If that does not fix it, it is likely your graphics card or on board graphics from the motherboard.
Is there anything new since the last time the computer worked? How old is your PC?
It sounds as if your on-board graphics has stopped working. If you have a graphics card to try installing it. That may solve your problem. If not you will have to contact Dell about a motherboard replacement. the last time I looked at a Dell XPS system you can't install a retail motherboard in it.
remove the RAM(MEMORY CHIPS) from *********** board and reinsert.if the problem is same replace the chips,get new chips.mostly cleaning the golden lines on the chip with pencil/school rubber solves the problem. No
beep is usually a power problem that can be related to the power supply,
motherboard or both. Always check your battery power before thinking there is a
bigger problem. Step3 One
beep is a normal POST. That means everything is fine. Two, Three, or Four short
beeps are normally about the memory of the machine. If there is a problem with
one of your memory chips you should get beeps of different combinations in this
area. If you get two or three short beeps, one or both of your memory chips
could be in trouble. Step4 Five
beeps point toward motherboard or CPU problems. Make sure your memory and video
card are seated properly. Try removing them and putting them back in, only if
you are comfortable with computers. Six, seven and eight beeps. Eight beeps
indicate problems with your video card. Six or Seven are CPU, or a bad chip on
the motherboard. Nine beeps mean the BIOS is bad. Replace the motherboard. Ten
beeps means the problem is in the CMOS. All chips need to be replaced. thanks.