I guess I have a problem with my Computer.

October 16, 2019 at 11:18:46
Specs: Windows 10
Hey guys,
I’m having some issues. So starting two days ago my pc blue screened and when I restarted it I got a windows error for “unexpected I/O issue” so I went through some troubleshooting and decided it was probably my m.2 drive. So I ordered a new drive hoping to fix it, however, now as I was messing with the pc some more my pc won’t even boot into my bios. I turn it on and all my lights and fans come on but I just get a black screen (the monitor turns on also). I have tried removing and reseating everything, clearing the cmos, removing the drive I thought was causing the issues but still nothing. Thanks in advance for the help.

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October 16, 2019 at 11:32:03
Make and model of your would be useful here...

Also any beeping sounds as it powers up? If so what are they, what is sequence of beeps?

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October 16, 2019 at 15:41:37
"(the monitor turns on also)"
Try/borrow another monitor & test. We need to completely eliminate that as a possible.

Don't spend any more money, until we are really sure.

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October 16, 2019 at 20:47:16
Desktop? Laptop? Make, Model Number (or components if custom built)?
If a desktop it is more likely a power supply than the M2 drive.
Like said already, do not purchase parts until more is understood.
The more info the better, even small problems within the last month or so may point to one issue more than another and could have been small signs of the problem in advance of what you have now. Give us as much as you can think of as possible.
A small thing you can do now is unplug the machine (and remove the battery if laptop), press the power button 4 or 5 times, plug all back in and try the computer again. This will remove any stored charge from most components and may change what the computer is now doing. Simple but worth the try anyway.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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October 16, 2019 at 23:12:33
You say '. . .as I was messing with the pc some more my pc won’t even boot into my bios." What were you doing that preceded its non-booting status? It's sounds like it might have originally been a hard drive problem but it's hard to tell now if the non-booting is due to something new or just another symptom of the original problem.

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