I have an asus p5q-e motherboard and i have a dell 19"widescreen monitor but cannot connect them. the monitor supports a d-sub lead and a dvi-d lead but the motherboard only supports a e-sata 1394 connection for video.
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Re: cannot connect monitor to motherboard
The asus p5q-e motherboard doesn't come with a video card. teh e-SATA-1394 is the serial hard drive connection.
you need to get a ATI video card, since th edriver is ATI, it is much easier tooc onfigure than any other video car.
make sure to get the DVI-D video card.
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try to take 1 memory stick out.Start up with one. if this is not working,... unplug the power.Remove the bios battery. leave it like this a view minutes and push the power on button 10 times to empty the for power. than put the battery back and plug the power in. start the computer.
Blue screens are usually hareware errors...but can aslo be caused by software issues so if you have installed anything new even like your windows 7 or any other new programs..make sure you have the windows compatible to your motherboard....and if your motherboard supports your 64bit system on windows 7 just make sure you have the right drivers installed for it..check that you have no viruses ect.. aso make sure your memory is supported and maybe clean them out by blowing out dust ect...let me know what happens so i can try help more pls ...
Try testing the hardware connections. Often it's as simple as a backwards IDE cable for the hard drives/cdroms, but if that isn't the case, start from nothing. Remove one of the two RAM sticks and all devices, (drives, CD-roms, anything that isn't needed to boot) Let me know what this turns up.