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I cant see anything on the screen

HI I ve assembled my new msi mother board but when i switch on i cant see anything on the screen. the "on" led lights are on the fan is scooling the monitor is Ok. ive connected everythihng properly. the processor is ok with another computer. Anybody with a an idea?? Ishoreal

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Re: i cant see anything on the screen

Was lost the driver Microstar MS6182 Ver. 1... pleas tell me how can i get a free download for that motherboard driver, thanks..........

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Re: i cant see anything on the screen

First of all tell me u listen booting sound or not? NOw put out ur mobo properly and placed on non metel sheet. Now on ur motherboard.Recently avail products are usally senstive U cheak ur supply also .

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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Look and see if L16 popped off right by where the heatsink clips on the cpu. That's what happened to mine. Powers on but no display or loading. HD lights on for about 10 seconds then shuts off.

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Good Job! I hope everything works out for you. Thank You for using FixYa.

Posted on Jul 01, 2007

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