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  1. #1
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    Build new PC ( HELPPP )

    Hi ! i've just built my own CPU , then completed building and connected everything to my monitor. All the CPU was working , LED turned on , fans working. But my monitor did not display anything.
    note: when i turn on my CPU , i did not hear any "beep" sound when start a computer.
    anyone help me please. I do not know what wrong really are. please...thanks

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    I think i see your problem, where is the graphics card?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vdgamer View Post
    I think i see your problem, where is the graphics card?
    motheroard has onboard VGA.

    I'd check the monitor, make sure it is plugged in and powered on. Check it on a different PC.

    If the monitor is OK, try clearing CMOS as it may be set to not use onboard video.
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    make sure you plugged in the system speaker (its a separate plug on most pcs now) should be a small black or silver circle with 2 wires hanging off it..

    if thats hooked up and you're not getting any beeps, remove all your ram so its just CPU/HDD plugged in.. you should certainly hear some kind of beep for missing ram.. just to rule out a dead mobo
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