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My asus p4s333-vm won't beep

When i turned on my PC, there's no beep that was heard (POST) and i have tried replacing the memory card, video card, power supply and replacing the battery, clearing CMOS but nothing happens.

Please help me.

Thank you and more power

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You have basically replaced all the parts that could affect your system not to post. that would mean your motherboard is already damaged.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2008

    ooopss, one thing, have you alwaso tried changing CPU? will you try to remove/re-insert your CPY at least 3 times then try to power up.

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