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Screen remains blank when starting up, K7S41 motherboard,

The monitor remains blank when booting, there is no post or anything the CPU is running Monitor is using onboard VGA 1.Any ideas?

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  • bluecow Nov 04, 2008

    I have the same problem. When I use a high quality Tagan 330W power supply, regardless whether i am using the on-board or the Atoi 9200 SE AGP card 8x - the screen does not come to life. When i switch to a lower power, cheap psu, it works.

    Problem being the cheap power supply is mega noisy. the Tagan is whisper quiet.

    Any thoughts?

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins May 11, 2010

    the onboard video has failed, go out and buy a video card, or go get a new motherboard.

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Unplug the data cable of your monitor and using a tester, check if it is carrying some electric current. If the tester doesn't show any current, try touching the pins of the data cable to make sure it doesn't give a shock on touch (do this on your own risk). If it does give some shock, you need to properly earth the monitor. So, earthing the monitor MAY solve the problem.

Good luck!

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