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November 16, 2012 2:49:19 AM

Hello,
I work on my PC since three days ago, i have some difficulties over here.

1. After assembled, my pc working well, but there are no beep sound from buzzer speaker. Why?

2. There are no display on monitor although being connected to graphic cards. My gfx working so well with my previous PC.

3. My DVD drive cannot respond whenever i push the eject button, and shows blinking light (LED). Why?
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November 16, 2012 3:10:47 AM

tukjanggut said:
Hello,
I work on my PC since three days ago, i have some difficulties over here.

1. After assembled, my pc working well, but there are no beep sound from buzzer speaker. Why?

2. There are no display on monitor although being connected to graphic cards. My gfx working so well with my previous PC.

3. My DVD drive cannot respond whenever i push the eject button, and shows blinking light (LED). Why?


1) Check to make sure all video cables are hooked up and the thrumb screws are tight

2) Make sure the video cable is plugged into the video card port not the onboard video port

3) Make sure the video card is firmly seated in the PCI-e 16X slot

4) Make sure you have the auxillary powe cables (either 6 pin or 8 pin) are connected to the video card

5) If all that fails take out the video card and try it in a known good, working computer.
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November 18, 2012 11:32:20 AM

i tried it... and nothing happen... i use 220 watt PSU, so someone said i dun have enough power supply... for :
AMD Athlon X2 260
AM3+ AMD 970 Mobo
Nvidia N210 1Gb DDR3
7200rpm 500Gb HDD
4Gb RaM
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November 18, 2012 11:54:51 AM

tukjanggut said:
i tried it... and nothing happen... i use 220 watt PSU, so someone said i dun have enough power supply... for :
AMD Athlon X2 260
AM3+ AMD 970 Mobo
Nvidia N210 1Gb DDR3
7200rpm 500Gb HDD
4Gb RaM


Yes, there lies your problem. Replace that PSU (at least 350 W). And, please purchase a quality PSU (CoolerMaster/Corsair/Antec).
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November 18, 2012 12:02:10 PM

Also, check whether you are getting display with the onboard/integrated Graphics.
The Mobo might be faulty as well.

Generally, we check if Mobo is working fine or not, by removing the RAM Sticks.
If beep sound comes, then Mobo is working fine, if not, there's a problem with your Mobo.
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November 18, 2012 3:15:37 PM

tukjanggut said:
i tried it... and nothing happen... i use 220 watt PSU, so someone said i dun have enough power supply... for :
AMD Athlon X2 260
AM3+ AMD 970 Mobo
Nvidia N210 1Gb DDR3
7200rpm 500Gb HDD
4Gb RaM


You need a new PSU a 220 Watt powersupply isn't going to cut it. Also did you try the video card in a different computer just to make sure.
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