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Asus Eeee On normal boot the screen displays sideways and the mouse touch pad is disoriented. In safe mode the display is OK

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Hold down Control Shift and alt. and then press the arrow  keys to rotate the screen
if that doesnt work, right click your desktop Properties Settings and check the resolution. If changing it doesnt work click advanced, and tell me what type of GPU you have or click troubleshoot

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My monitor is not loading. Video card has been replaced twice system boots up fine. Have read the ASUS P5QL motherboard Manual and have looked at the Jumpers not sure what the issue might be


your monitor might be faulty

restart your computer repeatedly tapping the f8 key to enter safe mode while the screen is black once in safe mode where the only things working will be your keyboard and mouse allowing you to attempt to repair your computer

Reboot the computer As the computer is booting repeatadly press the F8 key as the computer is booting


If done properly the user should get to a screen similar to the below screen.

Select the option for Safe mode command prompt only

Windows Advanced Options Menu
Please select an option:

Safe Mode
Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt

Enable Boot Logging
Enable VGA mode
Last Known Good Configuration (your most recent settings that worked)
Directory Services Restore Mode (Windows domain controllers only)
Debugging Mode

Start Windows Normally
Reboot
Return to OS Choices Menu

Use the up and down arrow keys to move the highlight to your choice.

select enable the vga mode

if still no luck
you will need to connect to another monitor or your television to your computer with the vga lead monitor connection


click start control panel display change display settings adjust resolution this may vary depending on your operating system


you should see a no 1 and a no 2 with detect and identify keep an eye on the screen when you select the number tabs this may vary depending on your operating system when you select the no 2 tab this should be the extended desktop always click apply after making any changes

or click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to monitors right click select scan for hardware changes

if you can get an extended desktop your monitor is faulty

if you cant get an exended desktop

hope it helps

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I have no idea why you would go from an agp to a pci. Agp has like 8x the banwidth of pci.I'll assume the agp slot went bad. If you can get into bios before you lose the display,change the display from agp to "init pci first",save & re-boot. See if that works,then when in windows install the drivers right away. If that doesn't work, during boot at the splash screen, press f8 & select "safe mode" with networking. This should let you get into windows so you can remove the old agp drivers,then re-boot into safe mode again & install the new drivers. Then re-boot normal & you should be ok. If not,that board has a big problem.

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When my computer starts up after the windows logo loading screen the screen turns black and then my keyboard and mouse stop responding and the screen stays black thats it


Press F8 key after post boot screen and before windows booting, dos screen will come from there select safe mede booting, computer will boot in safe mode

1) Click On start
2) Go to All programs
3) Go to Accessories
4) Go to System Tools
5) Select system restore

Sytem restore window will come there you will select restore my computer to the earlier time, you will get calender on the screen there you have select any highlighted previous date

After restart your computer will be ok.



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Cannot get machine to use os


Ok please try using a different SATA cable
Then test to make sure your fan's and heat sink are working properly
Check the CPU
Try with just one stick of RAM try in each slot one at a time with each stick
Then finally check using a different display adapter
Let me know if none of this ends up being the problem

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Display not appearing after boot up


hi there you are going to have to boot into safe mode and go to your screen display properties a nd change the currrent settings from there like 1024 x 768 or 1280 x 1024 and if you have a default setting for the refresh rate use it ok then just reboot the pc ok

best regards mike



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No Display


hi i am enver parson can you tell me wot tipe of graphics card are you using

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Dear Rajamoni,

 

please confirm that which selection u select after pressing F8.

 

If u select Safe mode (top option) and your system running normal in safe mode. Then the problem in your monitor refresh rate settings...under display properties(desktop-rightclick-properties-settings-advance-adaptor-list all modes-800x600 16bit 60Hz) apply all settings .your system may be normal.

 

regards

 

Prabhat

 

Lucknow

 

india

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Asus A8N SLI RAID showing both drives as "degraded"


This problem usually occurs if: 1) The computer never finished booting 2) A sticky button on you keyboard (F8 or Control Key for win98) 3) Less Memory for windows xp and ME. Try checking if all the memories as well fixed on the board and are being read. 4) Corrupt system files. 5) Incorrect bios configuration (Try changing the bios settings to optimum performance of fail safe to confirm that. All the best.

Aug 25, 2007 | ASUS A8N-SLI Motherboard

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Help nothing on display


Are you able to press F8 and try safe mode? Did anything change as far as video when it stopped working? Do you have another monitor to try? A bootable CD is an excellent idea. You may need to go into the BIOS and change the boot order but usually putting a bootable disk in the drive will make it boot off the CD. Look around the BIOS settings and make sure everything looks ok there too. Probably not a solution, just things to try.

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