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  • Alex Boyack Oct 16, 2008

    Monitor Model:- Philips 170C6

    RC410M mobo with on board graphics card

    Monitor power on (It works on other computers)

    No bleeping sounds

    All connections checked OK

    I am trying to find out if there is a slot to installanother graphics card and disable the on board one.



    Thanks for trying. I hope you can be of assistance.



    Alex

  • Alex Boyack Oct 16, 2008

    I've cleaned and reinstalled both "installd memory" sticks. Is that what you meant. I'm not clear about the reference to the CPU.

  • Alex Boyack Oct 16, 2008

    I need to know what is compatable and How to identify the AGP video card slot. (If I have one)

  • Alex Boyack Oct 16, 2008

    Thanks for all your help. I learned a lot.

    New video adaptor seems to be the next step. I'll give it a try.



    Alex

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For some additional info: i want to more about your device.

1. what is trhe model of your monitor.
2. are yoyu using a vga/pcia card or a built-in/on board graphics adapter.
3. did you your monitor has a power or the led has a light.
4. did you hear any beeping sound coming from your cpu.
5. did you check all the connection from the pc to the monitor was correct. & also the power and power cable,

let me know..


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  • micromaster
    micromaster Oct 16, 2008

    ok. did you have any idea how to locate / check inside your cpu unit..?

    follow this steps.

    1. there's a memory strip inside your cpu, its either 1 or 2 are installed there.
    2. remove each strip and try to wiped the bronze part on the strip.
    3. then put it back on again on your cpu. ( be sure it was properly fixed and fitted on the slot.
    4. try to power on again your pc.


    let me know.


  • micromaster
    micromaster Oct 16, 2008

    you can try installing a AGP video card, once you have installed it in your PC it will automatically disabled your on board video...

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  • micromaster
    micromaster Oct 16, 2008



    the one with the blue circle is where you will place the new video card...



    this video adapter will work on your mobo.

    (click on the image to see the complete detail of each figure)


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