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Help Hi, i have just put my motherboard together, but i'm not getting anything on the screen. the screen is still in save mode. i put another video card in to check if that was the problem but still we have no screen. i dont have a solution. can anyone help?

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  • amul baby Nov 09, 2007

    i have connected all the connections still there is no display from the mother board. what can i do? how should i solve the problem? please send the pin configuration . i think it would help for me.

  • lococg Feb 09, 2009

    I have all the ps wires connected, all fans in the right place, and I've connected all the front panel wires in, and even played around with them some. Still, a black screen. NO BIOS, no POST beep, nothing. Although the fans spin up and stay spinning until I hit the power switch off on the power supply. OH, and the front panel buttons do not work, but it will power the fans on if I move the power switch connecter on the pins. Being an IT guy for the past 7 or 8 years, this problem has me a bit peeved.

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No the monitor wont post it stays in save mode, so not even getting to bios, ive tried pluging monitor into the vid cards vga jack and the motherboards vga jack but still not getting any screen other then the save screen not sure what the problem is. Ive tried 4 types of ram and 2 processors that i know work, so im wondering if i just got a bad mother board

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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Bro i got the same problem but i have a temporary fix, reseat the processor and turn on the computer without the heatsink once u see the screen display quickly snap the processor back on and walla there ya go,

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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I am having trouble finsing out what the problem is as well

Posted on May 17, 2008

I HAVE LOST MY MAINBAORD DRIVER

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

I have the same problem. Fans come on, but nothing else

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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I had this same problem...

the way I fixed it was I took the video card out of my other computer and stuck it in the mobo. everything showed up on screen when i did that. I then went into the bios and changed the onboard card to always enabled, this fixed everything for me.

Posted on Nov 21, 2007

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Same problem... im not getting a picture or a beep... i know that the video card isint the problem... it works with other computers. can someone please help?

Posted on Sep 16, 2007

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More Info requested? Ok, the mobo is an Abit kn9 AM2 board. The cpu is an Athlon 64 X2 5400+ Socket AM2. The memory, video card, etc. were removed so they aren't a factor since I still receive no post errors at all without those devices. No beep beep to say no video card... no anything except the fans come on.

Posted on Jul 04, 2007

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Hi! motherboard was fine moved out of town and computer stoped working. open case found power wire off and a jumper radle free need to know where it gose on the motherboard to make mmonitor work without video card. can somebody help with support?

Posted on Aug 24, 2006

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Dont waste your time is not the video card, Idont know what you put together but if you change the motherboard you have to give some info to it, and thas a technical job look for a tech....good luck

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Is it only in Windows that you cannot get a display? Can you get into BIOS? Is it posting when you turn it on? (ie beeps) More info is needed to fix this issue.

Posted on Aug 04, 2006

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