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No display or POST

I put all parts together in case , when pc switched on there is no display and no POST tried to boot up without drives connected no difference

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  • fishpie5 Nov 06, 2008

    When the power switch is pressed on computer powers up i.e. led glow and fans spin but display stays blank

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WAS THE POWER SUPPLY WORKING? IS THE 4PIN BLACK AND YELLOW CONNECTOR FROM POWER SUPPLY IN PLACE? DID YOU TRY BIOS CLEAR? IF IT IS NOT A NEW BOARD - CHECK FOR BLOWN CAPS AROUND CPU (UPRIGHT CYLINDER TYPE THINGIES. RESEAT RAM. CHECK IF MAYBE ONE OF 24 PIN ATX CONNECTOR DIDN'T PUSH OUT OF SLEEVE.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

  • CHRISTO PRETORIUS Nov 07, 2008

    IS IT A NEW MB? DID YOU RESET THE BIOS? CONNECT THE PC SPEAKER, IF NO BEEPS IS HEARD IT IS EITHER MB OR POWER SUPPLY. TRY ANOTHER POWER SUPPLY AND MAKE SURE THAT THE MB CAN HANDLE THE PROCESSOR

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