Do you have any other computers available that are known to be working? No beep at all means either the board is shot or the power supply is shot. If not, you'll need to acquire one on your own. Do something - turn on your computer and listen for "beeps" and tell us what they are, they should be easy to describe (i.e. "one long high pitched beep" or "a weblink
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You can change this preference below. umm... Sign in to make your opinion count. Order a new one, Same thing happens.I started rewiring in piece by piece to see what was going wrong.
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robardin View Public Profile Visit robardin's homepage! But that's all it is doing. If you have one of these typical power configurations, you could lose only the 3.3 volt supply and everything except the motherboard would work. When you plug in just one or none at all, the computer runs, including the video card, but no display obviously.
How To Tell If Your Graphics Card Is Fried
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the only thing you can really do is try reinstalling the drivers and since you've done that already i'm inclined to point at a failing display. Symptoms Of A Burnt Out Graphics Card Jragon View Public Profile Find all posts by Jragon #15 09-24-2009, 05:48 AM engineer_comp_geek Robot Mod in Beta Testing Moderator Join Date: Mar 2001 Location: Pennsylvania Posts: 16,737 Fried Gpu Anything else I should try to do? -I just hope my harddrive is still preserved.
Three times now my computer has refused to start up and beeps at me instead (2 short 1 long). think its toast? I've had myriad computers since my 486 and they've all sounded POST beeps. http://esecurelive.com/graphics-card/is-my-video-card-fried.html And it's a system that was bought new in 2003 or so, and I believe running Windows 2000.
There's a chance you may have integrated graphics on your system - I couldn't tell you without knowing the motherboard - in which case you wouldn't have a video card, and So that's that: My Motherboard is fried. What to do?
I had unplugged replugged the monitor plug into the computer, but nothing changed.
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this morning things went bad, computer had a fatal error of some sort last night that caused it to shut down, turn it on and got some error message about the The 8600 was good times. I would go to a small mom and pop computer store before attempting to go to Best Buy or any repair shop associated with a large retail operation. this content The next step would be to swap out a compatable video card with yours and see if it works.
My old PSU isn't dead at all, the molex adapter port is shorting out the whole system.Do you mean those two molex adapters dont both need to be plugged in? Nick Holzemer 1,716 views 11:02 Is my gpu fried ? - Duration: 1:51. I had dual 8600GT's in SLi when I built this system about 4-5 years ago. Leave it like that for a minute - hitting the power button a few times can discharge any residual charge - and then switch the jumpers back to the original position.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Graphics Card Fried? The reason the new card doesn't work is it's not getting the extra power it needs off the dead connector. If you were the do-it-yourself type, a tube of thermal paste is about $10 at Radio Shack.