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My computer's display is dead, and the tower makes a long beep.

I turned my computer on, and nothing happened, the only thing that happened was a long beep.

What should I do?
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  1. Make sure your GPU and RAM are seated properly.
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    dude do you have a bulit in videocard? or are you using a graphics adapter ,what is the specs of your computer
  3. ^^ That's the sound a computer makes when someone stole all your RAM :D
  4. damric said:
    ^^ That's the sound a computer makes when someone stole all your RAM :D


    Yes, someone did steal all my RAM - karma, well unluckiness. But it turns out the RAM was just dislodged.
  5. Thanks guys the issue was resolved. It turns out that one of the RAM card/s was dislodged, I reseated them, and all was good.

    Thanks.
  6. Glad I was able to help :)
  7. i am having the same issue but uts not the ram its just the pc will not diplay the bios start screen and i have tryed everything i need help

    there are no beeps no signal on the monitor but the fans start and the cpu heats up meaning its not the mother board so what is the problem

    motherboard is a gigabyte 78lmt usb3
    processor is an amd phenom ii
  8. James PhiRi said:
    i am having the same issue but uts not the ram its just the pc will not diplay the bios start screen and i have tryed everything i need help

    there are no beeps no signal on the monitor but the fans start and the cpu heats up meaning its not the mother board so what is the problem

    motherboard is a gigabyte 78lmt usb3
    processor is an amd phenom ii


    Try a CMOS Clear,
    Clear CMOS, HOW IT WORKS
    There are several ways to do this and it depends on your motherboard model. Always do this with your computer turned off, and unplug the power to make sure it is off.For laptops, pull out the CMOS battery. It's usually reachable by opening a compartment... Read More
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