I wanted to upgrade my computer (p7-1017c motherboard) from its base Intel Core i3-2100 processor to the Intel Core i5-2400 processor along with adding an additional 4GB of compatible RAM to the base 4GB (the RAM I got was 4GB DDR3L-1600 UDIMM which Crucial recommended for my motherboard). After initial installation of both, the computer would not work and proceeded to beep while flashing a yellow light. I researched and decided to clear my CMOS in order to help out. I did this as was recommended by removing the battery for a few minutes and then putting it back. This also did not work (resulting in the same beeps and flashes), so I decided to take out the new RAM and just test if the new CPU would work but I still got the same beeps and yellow flashes. I then decided to revert everything back by putting my old i3-2100 back in (also making sure to clean off and reapply thermal paste and the like) to make the computer the exact same as it was before I decided to do all of this and it is STILL giving me the same error. Right now it is doing 5 beeps accompanied with a synchronized 5 yellow flashes before repeating itself. What should I do?
I bought a 2020 Newest HP 23.8" Full HD (1920x1080) IPS LED PC Computer Monitor , but it says "input signal not detected". My current display adapter info below.
Do you know which display driver i need to install to fix this problem?
# SSU Scan Information
# Scanned Hardware
BIOS Version/Date:"Acer V1.06 , 09/07/2011 12:00 AM"
CD or DVD:"HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT32N"
Embedded Controller Version:"255.255"
Processor:"Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 480 @ 2.67GHz , GenuineIntel"
Secure Boot State:"Not Available"
Sound Card:"Realtek High Definition Audio"
System Model:"Aspire 5733"
System Type:"x64-based PC"
Intel ® Graphics Driver Version:"126.96.36.1992"
- "Intel(R) HD Graphics"
Adapter Compatibility:"Intel Corporation"
Adapter DAC Type:"Internal"
Adapter RAM:"1.71 GB"
Availability:"Running or Full Power"
Bits Per Pixel:"32"
- "Caption":"Intel(R) HD Graphics"
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