Question about Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775 Motherboard

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When i connect my cpu to monitor i cannot get the display

The power is coming into cpu . fan is running . dvd drive is also working.i canot get bios config also

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  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    can i get the manual from internet if i can where can i???????

  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    i tried it but no use???????? can i have another solution

  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    GA-8I865GME-775 Motherboard GIGABYTE

  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    pls give a solution plssssssssss

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Try reseating the memory, looks like this:when i connect my cpu to monitor i cannot get the  - 893eaf5.jpg
or clear the cmos
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    Lee Hodgson Dec 01, 2008

    we need the make and model number of the motherboard please

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If you have the user manual for your computer's motherboard you can find there the way to reset BIOS confifguration and after that you should be able to access now the BIOS and do anything that you have to do....

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    Mark Gil Dec 01, 2008

    I was willing to help you with your problem but giving me a rating like that , there will be no expert to help you with that problem..

    If you like me to help youfurther with this problem just change the rating that you gave me...

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    I was willing to help you with your problem but giving me a rating like that , there will be no expert to help you with that problem..

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