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packard bell X1632 no picture?

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Hello.

There is a problem, no picture when power up computer.

No picture, no BIOS beebs, expect when 2xRAM is plugged off. Then continous beep....??

Video card is PCI, all fans is okay...
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by:Dr. Klahn
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Borrow a monitor and plug it into the afflicted system.  If it displays, then the problem is in your monitor.  If it does not, then the problem is in the computer, and further investigation is required.
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by:Raikka_
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No help, tested another monitor.

Yes, computer is broken, but is it motherboard? Power supply? CPU?...
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by:faizbaig
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Continous beep could be becouse of -> Memory problem (bad)  or memory not fix properly...try different working memory or fix memory properly.

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by:faizbaig
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or Try to boot with 1 memory  and swap it until no beeps...
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by:Raikka_
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Swapped memory, no beep but no picture. So no difference is there 1 memory or 2.
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No picture and no beeps mean Motherbaord dead (problem), last thing you can try before confirming motherboard dead is change PCI Display card and see (make sure PCI Display card is fix properly).
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by:Raikka_
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When there is display card plugged off, there is no beep and HDD light is no difference, so there might be motherboard dead....

But I try another display card and then raport here....
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by:faizbaig
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Most likely motherboard issue.
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by:Raikka_
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Yes, I think so...
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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