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Intel D945GTP monitor going into standby, cpu fan runnning full blast

Any ideas? i was putting this comp together tonight and when i plug in my monitor to my on board video card the monitor goes into standby, and when i plug it into my actual video card it does the same thing.

also, my cpu fan is running ridiculously high.

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First Turn off your pc & allow it to cool down & try after about 30 or 40 minutes. If you get same result remove your AC plug, VGA card, Other Expansion Cards & CMOS Battery(RAM also) After 20 or 30 minutes fix your memory, CMOS battery & change cmos jumper to recovery position & power on your PC if your pc is giving any display there will be a mesage for clear all passwords & settings select that option & turn off your pc. after taht fix your all expansion card one by one.

If your problem is same remove RAM & switch on pc, If you cant hear any beep sound you must check your powersupply & mother board get assist from hardware technician or go to your hardware vendor because there will be a warranty for your motherboard model.

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Your cpu might be overheating..it might be defective..if you have no video output it means ur ram or your cpu is bad

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