Computer not booting up

By marlon ·
My computer does not boot up, i just need to confirm,the power supply is on as well as the prosessor/fan cdrom and hdd, but it gives a continuas beep.(pentium 3) i tried a differnt power supply as well as different memory still gives the same problem,when booting up the machine,it beeps continuaslly and the screen goes off?

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graphics card

by jamesatmaisonverre In reply to Computer not booting up

Check your graphics card

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Its onboard

by marlon In reply to graphics card

Everything on the Motherboad id onboard so should i replace the motherboard?

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Check RAM

by bhatnagar_nitin In reply to Its onboard

If it is giving continuous beeps, you should check your RAM first and then your graphics card. Sometimes, the RAM is not placed properly in the RAM slots on the motherboard. Place it firmly on the board and lock the socket from both ends. Then try again, if it doesn't work for you, your onboard graphics card is gone. You should better show your motherboard to some hardware engineer and get it replaced, if not possible then replace the board.

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