The 2 year history of problems surrounding my ghostly machine. No one has been able to solve its issues yet. I bought this computer new 2 years ago. I built it at CyberPower inc. it cost me about $1100. It came with an MSI K8N Neo4-F mobo, an Nvidia 7800GT, a WD Raptor 10k RPM Hard drive, and AMD Athlon 64+ 939pin cpu, and a standard 450w power supply. Well from the git go, I was having little bitty graphics fluxes where the colors on the screen would twist and turn and it would freeze, usually I would hard restart the computer but if I let it go, about 4 hours later the computer would restart itself and give me a start up error saying that there was a problem with the graphics card drivers. well this acually came in seasons, only on hot summer days would the driver problem happen, I never had it happen on a cold day (in fact I had a "Wind Tunnel" house fan that I stuck on the side of the computer that fixed the problem for a while) anyways after a while it started happening more and more frequently and so I contacted 3 different tech supports and between the 3 we came to the conclusion that it was hardware malfuntion with the video card itself. so then I sent the video card back in but they didnt give me back the 7800GT, they upgraded me to a 7900GS, for a week or so this worked out great, but then it happened again and so I knew it couldnt be the graphics card, but whatever I shrugged it off and kept "just dealing with it". One morning maybe a month after the new video card, it wouldnt turn on, I checked all the connections and everything, no luck. So I figured it might be the PSU so I plugged that into another computer and sure enough it didnt work. So then I along with a tech support came to the conclusion.. the psu was blown. So there I am back at newegg ordering the psu im using now, the "Apevia 680w Beast power". As soon as I put it in, everything lit up blue and it looked great. Everything worked fine, for a few weeks. Then I starting having this problem where I would start up the computer and it would give me a normal beep signal, but when it got to the windows loading screen it would just sit there (the green bar going left to right) once I even let this run for 8 hours before restarting it. Anyways it would do this probably 1 out of every 3 starts, it got more and more frequent untill it would get stuck 9 out of 10 times. then out of the blue I started to get a different beep signal, 1 long and 2 short, when I looked this up on the online manual it says "A video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot intialize the video screen to display any additional information " another website I looked at said that it was a problem with the PCI-E slot itself. so I now was looking at replacing my mobo, so I bought a new mobo and installed it. When I installed it, I got no beep signal, no video display, nothing. so I called tech support and they help me to the realization that it was DOA (or so I thought) (yeh I know, it seems this is never going to end) anyways I sent it back in and got a refund. After a month of looking for a new mobo, I came to the realization that the socket 939s are going out of style and that to replace I would need to upgrade to an AM2, so after a month or so break from all the insanity, I figured one night (acually last night) why not plug everything back in and see if it just didnt need time or something. maybe I could think differently about it now. well when I plugged it all back in, I got no beep signal and no video, but everything else started up and ran fine. so I went through all the steps, you know, unplug the ram one at a time, break it down to the bare essentials, but still nothing, no signal. So I dont know, im sooo close to getting on the highway goin about 90mph, rolling down the passenger side window, and chuckin it, seeing it smash to pieces in my rear view mirror. god that would be awesome. other that the fact that im broke with no cash to replace it. anyways if you have any ideas or possible fixes or anything I haven't thought of yet it would be awesome if you could post it or something. Im this close to shaking chicken bones at this thing, I dont know what could possibly fix this.