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Monitor goes into stand by when conection to tower is turned on

No power to monitor when connect top mainboared ...but when take monitor off power to monitor restored

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  • Saxyguy Oct 11, 2008

    Sounds like the problem I'm having that is a bit puzzling... A little more info: Motherboard powers up, cpu and case fans spin and HD starts up. The puzzling part is that cpu fan goes full blast and won't slow down. When the problem began that was intermittant, if I restarted it a couple times the fan would calm down and I'd get video but as long as the fan is spinning fast like that-no video. I tried a pci video card but still nothing. I can't help but think it's a bios issue of some kind. I thought maybe a reset would help so checked MSI site for info the only manual they have is for 7207 V2.2 and my board is V1.0 and doesn't have the bios reset button like the one they show. There is a green jumper near the bios chip but I'm not sure if that's it or how to reset with it if it is. I tried taking the battery out for a few minutes but that didn't help. If it is a problem with the board I can replace it fairly cheap but could it be the cpu? Any thoughts would be unbelievably appreciated!

  • bharatkumar3 Nov 05, 2008

    the time I switch on the system only fan start for some time and then stop .But meanwhile there is no display on the monitor. Is it problem with the power chip of the motherboard.what is the processor to solve this problem.My motherboard is under warranty can anybody tell me the intel service center address or the phone number. Please help me.

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Try a video card connect bottom motherboared!!!!

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