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Re: vga problem in a old system
Hi, Thanks for showing your interest in Fixya. Make sure the monitor cable is plugged properly or not. Remove the monitor cable and and power on the monitor. now you could see a message saying that monitor cable is unplugged. If that message appears then monitor is functioning properly. There is a problem in your display card. Replace it with new display card. Insert the new display card into PCI slot of the motherboard. Thank you....
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hi mrafigkundi, because you chose to repair by yourself then i will suggest this steps #1. see if you plug cable data from monitor to VGA correct. if yes... #2. detach your pci express graphic card from motherboard. #3. see if some component burn, sometimes it located near pci slot, if it does then you have to change it. #4. if none of component burn, put again in your CPU #5 your problem can caused by memory chips defect, you can test it with memory test, its running under dos so you have to reboot it with bootable CD and run VGA memory test.
It should be install the proper version of your VGA, if not at all, reinstall your operating system to see if this problem exist. Or try to install your VGA card to another PC, at least you have idea where its your VGA have a problem...
Visit this link: http://www.ibm.com/Search/?q=Lenovo+3000+H&v=16&en=utf&lang=en&cc=in&Search=Search & according to your OS download the vga driver or do a more specific search from there..............sodeep
Did you turn your current graphics card down to 256 colors(more then likely your old video card is built into the motherboard). You have to do that before you install the card or that may be causing your error. Keep me posted, Lee