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I really need more ifo to help here but to me it sounds like a graphics card isssue please post everything you are running

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My system is turn off and turn on no loading os and bios is not working motherboard is intel d102ggc2


Hi,
Have you tried pressing F2 when you powered on the PC?
Ensure that the monitor displays the signal of PC and there is no issue with video signal. If there any issue, check with RAM.
1.If no, just press it to view the bios setting. Go to the third option below.
2.If yes and no display of bios, may be your BIOS ROM chip failed. Before that take the C-mos battery out and try again. Almost try to replace it or you must go for a new motherboard.
3.If yes and getting into bios, check for the hard disk detection. If it is detected, try again for booting. If it is detected and not booting, try to format. If it is not detected, try changing it into another SATA / IDE port. Still it is not detected, replace the hard disk.

Aug 19, 2011 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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Long beeps not booting up


problem....the beeps are beep beep beep beep..........contiues...........plus the computer will then not recieve signal????

May 25, 2011 | MSI K9VGM-V Motherboard

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Have gforce4 ti video card NO PICTURE of any kind screen says no signal detected


The GeForce4 Ti has two rear ports. 1 HDMI and 1 VGA. Try plugging into each. Video signal should be sending out of one of the ports. If neither port is sending out signal than you'll need to trick the bios.
Suggest you remove the Gforce4 Ti AGP card from the MB so you can regain video display and change the settings within the bios. Once you have display, enter the bios menu. Do you have your manual? Enter bios menu by pressing the "Delete" key every 2 seconds until the bios menu loads. Open, Integrated Peripherals, see top of page 3-11. Set Primary Graphic's Adapter to: [AGP]. Than go to the top of page 3-10. Change the AGP Aperture Size to as low as possible or to: [Disabled] "preferred".
AGP 8x Support set to: [Enabled]. Save your settings and exit the bios. The system will restart. Press and hold the power on / off button until your system shuts off. Install your GeForce4 Ti AGP video card. Double check your video card! Some NVIDIA cards need external power above what the AGP slot can provides. Some use a power connector like the floppy drive uses. Other look just like a hard disk drive power connector: 4-pin Molex. If none is found don’t worry about it.

Cheers!
Mike

Oct 22, 2009 | MSI K7N2 Delta2 Platinum Motherboard

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Integrated Visual (VGA).. Not sending signal


One never knows what settings the manufacture set the board to. So clear your bios. See the page 1-16 in your manual. Doing this should reset the bios to default settings. The onboard VGA graphics controller should send video to your monitor. If you still don't receive display the problem is with the bios or the graphics controller. Your board is no longer warranted. However you can buy an updated bios chip from Asus. Call 812-282-2787 M-F 8:00AM-5:00PM. Have your serial number ready. You'll find that number on a sticker over the LPT port. I already went to Asus online estore to see if they had a new bios but no such luck;
http://estore.asus.com/shop/category.asp?catid=137

Good luck!
Mike

Oct 15, 2009 | ASUS A8N-VM Motherboard

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I have a p5n sli motherboard which refuses to boot


Go to page 2-30 section 2.4.5 in your manual.
If you are using the onboard graphics for your display set this to [PCI]. If you are using the PCI-E video card, set the bios to [PCI-E]. Save & exit the bios. You should have display after the system re-boots. If you still have no display & you are 100% sure your monitor functions than the video controller on the board is bad. This can not be repaired.

Good luck!
Mike

Jul 31, 2009 | ASUS P5N-E SLI BULK PACK of 10, Quad,775...

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Green display for intel d102ggc2


joukanrar

r u check ur monitor with other pc. if not then at first open CMOS setup (BIOS setup in intel board) and watch that it also with green display or not if it also green means ur system is ok. now just problem is in monitar signal cable ( one of video signal wire brackage) or vga connector.

if it is(CMOS setup screen) not with green display then problem with ur video driver. uninstall this driver and again install it.

thanks
Buddhadev

Jul 04, 2008 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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Monitor doesnt switch on


Can you try another monitor?
Since you did try another video card (AGP). I posted (In you're other post), you have to make a bios adjustment under Advanced menu. Once you're P4SP-MX bios is set to boot to the AGP or set to Enable. The bios will no longer try to load the on-board VGA card. I am not being picky about the statement I am going to make ( so don't be offended). Monitor's only receive signal. They do not send signal to PC, just receive. The odds of two video cards not working is high. You did mention you have not heard P.O.S.T (A single beep), which is a test of the motherboard. There could be a loose connection in you're PC. I would remove the memory first. Clean the contacts with alcohol on a cotton swab & blow out the memory slots with canned air (allow time to dry). Than firmely reseat the memory. I would than re-check all data & power connectors within the PC, making sure all are securley connected. With respect to the AGP card, I would do the same. Remove, clean & reseat. Most older AGP's require additional power. Some use a power cable that is also used to power a floppy drive & others use a 4 pin molex (see link),
http://pinouts.ru/connector/4_pin_Molex_power_connector.shtml.
When you are in the bios & within the Advanced menu you may also need to set the bios to read you're AGP card to the correct speed. (EX: 1x,2x,4x). Page 2-19 in you're manual. Once all these checks & cleaning have been completed, try again. Boot the PC and hopefully you will see display on you're monitor.

Post here. Let me know how thing go. Don't assume anything, check all.
Luck!
Mike

May 12, 2008 | ASUS P4SP-MX Motherboard

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Video signal


If it worked fine before the AGP card was removed then the problem is probably related to your BIOS settings. The BIOS setting that controls the integrated video may be set to OFF.
  1. Insert an AGP video card
  2. connect the monitor to the card
  3. boot to BIOS
  4. check settings
  5. turn ON integrated video
  6. save and exit BIOS
  7. shutdown
  8. Remove AGP card
  9. connect monitor to motherboard video port.
  10. Reboot.

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Jan 26, 2008 | EliteGroup 661FX-M Motherboard

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