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no monitor input on new build.


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#1 lee123

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Posted 20 November 2014 - 06:29 AM

Hi, 
   I have built a new computer  gigabyte 970a-ds3p ,amd fx,samsung writemaster and i have put my old geforce gt610 in with my old sshd 1tb seegate hard drive running windows 7 and when i boot it up i get no input on monitor ,plus my dvd rewriter will not stay open and i get 2 short beeps .I am not sure i should be putting hard drive into new build as it is and i don't care about the files on it .When i put hard drive and graphics  card back in old computer all works fine .Thank you
 


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#2 Will5200

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Posted 20 November 2014 - 08:29 AM

Per http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm and http://cdn.billiger.com/dynimg/UGaoTlLrqDUX90aFpmTDmHt4H9rycHjeBa9LTdXG2DAFuriXLs_uPYt3g9mRAs2lBUDlBVUMQbSnSQB6SXY54M/Bedienungsanleitung.pdf, that motherboard appears to use an AMI EFI BIOS, 2 short beeps indicates a parity circuit failure. Further research (http://www.pcguide.com/ts/x/sys/beep/amiB2-c.html) indicates issues with either the system memory or the motherboard. May stand to reason, as you should at least see the display (if properly connected) when booting to the BIOS setup. May be a bad motherboard, I've seen it before and have had to warranty then out of box more than once. Been a few years, though. I no longer do builds. Too frustrating! Hope it helps. Cheers.






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