My system is not turning on, I have Intel DH55PJ motherboard and i3 CPU, if I turn on my PC only 2 beeps come and fan runs, still the beep sound ends, and also it continues, and never turns on. Should I change my motherboard?

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My system is not turning on, I have Intel DH55PJ motherboard and i3 CPU, if I turn on my PC only 2 beeps come and fan runs, still the beep sound ends, and also it continues, and never turns on. Should I change my motherboard?

I have Intel DH55PJ motherboard and i3 CPU, if I turn on my PC only 2 beeps come and fan runs, still the beep sound ends, and also it continues, and never turns on. Should I change my motherboard. I have tried: I Cleaned the BIOS, RAM, CPU, HDD and re-fixed It.. I think it was caused by: Sudden Power Off, of the computer short circuit.

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Did you swap out the RAM and update the display drivers on the itel website? Try that before you go through the process of switching out the motherboard. Switch up the placement of the RAM to see if you have a faulty slot. This could actually be the cause and not the RAM itself. itel has a support page to help you diagnose the audible BIOS beeps and troubleshoot. This page states that your two beeps are because of your Graphics card but it is hard to diagnose when you can't physically see and hear the issue. Check out that page to further your troubleshooting before you replace the motherboard.

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