Question about Intel ASUS P4BGL-VM 845GL Chipset Ultra ATA100 MATX CPU Type: Pentium 4 478-Pin (OEM) (59829) Motherboard

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Monitor not coming ON

Good day,

When i connect my monitor to my CPU, i get a display that there is no signal. i have checked to make sure that the CPU comes on cos i see the green light, and also the fan rotate.
Please what can i do.

With regards

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  • circlips4rea Nov 24, 2008

    I'll go try it out now cos i even noticed that most of the time when my power cable is connected the system still does not come ON at all. thanks a lot have tot of that n was thinking of changing the RAM.

    get back to u when i'm done with it


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The monitor is not able to detect any video signal from the motherboard, that means your pc is not starting up. Try cleaning the RAM first. Then clear the CMOS and try to start ur computer again

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