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June 29, 2014 10:28:07 AM

Hello, so I've got a huge problem here. My computer was working perfectly fine, than one when I tryed to turn it on, there was black screen on my monitor and a weird beeping sound. Since computer wasn't starting I googled on phone for possible solutions. I found that I need to completly clean my PC, which I did. but only fans were working and nothing else. So I started taking components out one by one...and when I removed the gpu...and connected the cable to integrated proccesor gpu it started working. But my problem is I want to use my GPU not the integrated one.

Also I've uploaded record of the beeping sound : https://soundcloud.com/marko-ivankov/beep-noise

These are my specs:
Motherboard : Gigabyte G41MT-S2P
CPU : Intel Celeron E3400
RAM : 2x Transcend 2GB
GPU: Msi Nvidia Geforce NX8600GT

I don't really have money for new one, and when I took it to the to fix it...he said he has no idea what's going on.
So I need any kind of solution to make the GPU work again since the integrated is really slow.
June 29, 2014 10:29:42 AM

There is no cable for the integrated GPU. Your NX8600GT is most likely dead now. Try it in a different system and also try a different graphics card in yours.
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June 29, 2014 10:33:43 AM

Andrew Buck said:
There is no cable for the integrated GPU. Your NX8600GT is most likely dead now. Try it in a different system and also try a different graphics card in yours.


I meant the cable that connects monitor with the computer. I'm going to try what you said. Thanks for fast reply
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June 29, 2014 10:48:57 AM

darkmatters96 said:
Andrew Buck said:
There is no cable for the integrated GPU. Your NX8600GT is most likely dead now. Try it in a different system and also try a different graphics card in yours.


I meant the cable that connects monitor with the computer. I'm going to try what you said. Thanks for fast reply


Oh, yeah. The graphics card is probably dead.
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