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The beep code emitted will give an idea of what the problem is. I have tried using a different psu, and same event occurs. any ideas as to how i could test to find out what part is causing the issue?Click to expand... permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–][deleted] 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago(9 children)Try switching the position of the RAM, and try to boot with only one RAM stick permalinkembedsave[–]DownTwoEarth[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(8 children)Thanks' tried weblink

You should be using a high-quality power supply with wattage that meets or exceeds the minimum power supply wattage recommended for the video card. Try this. HDD LED on, CPUfan On Because this is a new build you can't trust anything. HDD LED on, CPUfan On Hey, Just replaced the Processor and no luck with that My motherboard LED indicators say it's the memory now so I will try replacing that.

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permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]DownTwoEarth[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)cpu may be the more arkward one to replace... BecomingNose 183.877 visualizaciones 2:55 PC WORKING BUT NO DISPLAY OR ANY BEEPS (UPDATE) - Duración: 2:02. pabi shrestha 13.806 visualizaciones 0:48 When you see NO SIGNAL on your monitor, here's how to fix it. - Duración: 4:26.

You may even want to go a step further and use a different make of video card, meaning use an NVIDIA-based model rather than an ATI-based model, or vice versa. NCIX Tech Tips 349.760 visualizaciones 7:43 SOLVED: Computer Turns on But No Video Signal on Monitor - Duración: 3:19. Añadir a ¿Quieres volver a verlo más tarde? How To Breadboard A Pc i dont know much about the jumpers..

The beep codes may tell us what is wrong.Click to expand... New Build Won't Post Same problem.Removed the other RAM stick put the first one back on. Apr 14, 2006 #2 DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,404 Another possibility could be that your CPU is the revE6 model, and your bios can't recognize it: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=A8N5X I am out the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2865639/build-post-bios-display-beep.html Yours may be the same.

Mar 6, 2012 #12 kereineko TS Rookie Topic Starter Great1122 said: ↑ Have you thought of the possibility of a bad video card, or have you already ruled that out? No Post Beep This option is not so great if you haven't managed to isolate the problem to a particular component. You can set it on something to ensure the table isn't scratched, such as the packing in which the motherboard came. And a computer configured with two video cards using SLI or Crossfire could easily need at least a 550-watt power supply.

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Apr 14, 2006 #1 DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,404 Looks like you'll have a real nice system once you get it up and running! http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/new-custom-build-turns-on-no-bios-beeps-but-monitor-never-registers.123360/ Make sure that you've cleaned everything out. New Build No Display It turned out after replacing the MB and RAM to no avail that it was the CPU the whole time! Asrock Z170 Pro4s No Post My problem happened because my motherboard bios didn't allocate enough voltage for the RAM.

If the CPU cooler fan is connected to the right header but the fan is not spinning then this is still a problem. have a peek at these guys permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]DownTwoEarth[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)annoyingly not for 2 days... What could the problem be? Plus, you never know if there's just some sensitivity that maybe a particular motherboard has with a particular model of video card, so changing the model takes that variable out of Computer Boots But No Beep

The system panel cables include connections for the power switch and the reset button. I have tried a tv and a monitor the monitor using vga the tv using dvi hdmi and vga. Also, check the red slider switch on the back of the power supply. check over here Iniciar sesión ¿No te gusta este vídeo?

TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Which Type Of Software-generated Problems Can Indicate That A Software Bug Is Causing A Memory Error tray opens/closes), I can even hear the hard drive spinning and all. Hook the monitor up to the other one.

If you still get no display then you know that the 9800 GT isn’t the problem.

Same problem. I tried installing on the cardboard as well. No, create an account now. Newly Built Computer Won't Turn On I have tried changing how the stupid speaker wire connects, connecting incorrectly according to the manual and still no freaking beeps I have tried using hdmi and vga cords connected to

http://www.pcworld.com/article/191359/easily_switch_between_external_displays_in_windows_7.html Mar 3, 2012 #4 kereineko TS Rookie Topic Starter Buckshot420 said: ↑ Are you only connecting your PC to a TV or are you using a monitor as well and i cant always find them :( permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Mr-Quagmire 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago*(2 children)Did you try pushing the Mem_OK button? or with power? http://dionelabs.com/new-build/new-build-compo-will-not-power-up.html Yes - I aligned them to the correct hole placement as to prevent any conduction/MB frying. 5.

Mar 4, 2012 #9 mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,014 +377 Just to be clear is the external power connector to your graphics card hooked up to the PSU? They can repeat after an interval. HDD LED on, CPUfan On Did you ever find out what was wrong? No POST.

i built it yesterday, but when i turn it on, the fans and lights all come on but no display or usb usage is there. Try booting with only one stick like albe suggested, but make sure it is cool; take it out and leave it on a table in an air conditioned room for like Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. No beep.

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