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Computer tower power on continual beeping sound

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January 7, 2011 2:20:09 PM

monitor error 'no signal input,then when i plug in the back of tower the blue coded,the screens goes black,when i unplug the blue coded from back of tower then the error above comes back on screen,please help
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January 7, 2011 2:56:44 PM

have you tried connecting the tower to a different monitor?
have you tried connecting the monitor to a different tower?

perhaps your graphics card burned out. hard to say without you doing tests to rule out possibilities.
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January 16, 2011 11:03:53 PM

ssddx said:
have you tried connecting the tower to a different monitor?
have you tried connecting the monitor to a different tower?

perhaps your graphics card burned out. hard to say without you doing tests to rule out possibilities.





why when I turn monitor on the screen is pink,then when i plug in the [colored code blue plug in back on tower the screen goes black,what's going on here,please help
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January 16, 2011 11:08:59 PM

why when I turn monitor on the screen is pink,then when i plug in the [colored code blue plug in back on tower the screen goes black,what's going on here,please help
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January 20, 2011 4:58:23 PM

First and simplest, check the keyboard to make sure no keys are pushed in. Replace it to be sure. Reseat the RAM, check if the fans are blowing. You did not list any computer specs, but check the motherboard for any damage, especially popped capacitors.

The CPU could also have gone bad (too much heat maybe). Solid beeping is usually RAM, motherboard or CPU outside of an issue with the keyboard.
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