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I recently restored my computer and everything was working well and i used it for some time. Then i unplugged all the cable to connect my other computer. Now that i tried to reconnect the computer i restored i get not display the computer turns on but i get nothing on my monitor its stays black i dont even get the boot menu or anything like that. The computer beeps twice or three times though right when i turn it on and after a few seconds it beeps once more. What can i do to fix this problem?
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first question: how many places are there on the back of the computer to plug a monitor in?

second question (probably going to nullify the first): are they 3 short beeps or three long beeps?
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they are three quick beeps and there is only one vga output which is from the video card and i have already tried reseatting it and cleaning it and all but still no luck.
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3 beeps usually means a video card error...the card may be broken or damaged in some way...do you have any other video cards that you could swap to test with?
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no i have two other pcs but they the vga output is integrated into the motherboards. so i dont have any other video card i can use.
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