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new memory and hardrive lost moniter and floppy

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jmccartin, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. jmccartin

    jmccartin Thread Starter

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    I have a pentium 2 with 64ram and 4.3 gig hardrive I upgrade and installed a 128 ram and 40 gig hard drive now my floppy has no power and my moniter has no signal help.
     
  2. norton850

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    Are you sure that the new memory is appropriate for your motherboard? First of all put the old working memory back and see if you get you are able to boot up. If still nothing on the monitor check to see if your video card is firm in it's slot and the video cable is securely connected.

    How do you know that your floppy doesn't have any power?
     
  3. jmccartin

    jmccartin Thread Starter

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    the floppy makes no sound no light ect..
     
  4. norton850

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    You need to work on the no video part of the problem first--don't worry about the floppy for now, that may correct itself later.
     
  5. jmccartin

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    ok any suggestions when I get home tonight I will put in the old memory and see what happens. THanks
     
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