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When i connect my cpu to monitor i cannot get the display on monitor . but i am getting power that is fan is running. bios is also not coming

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  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    thank you .i tried all except processor .... is there any solution . plssssssssssssssssss kindly give a solution

  • sandilya_ch Dec 01, 2008

    yes i had taken off both cmos and RAM.but there is no use can u suggest another solution plssssssss

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Take off the power cord, remove the memory cards clean the slots and the card with a brush and re plug it in. and see if that helps. if that doesnt help check with another memory card and see if the display comes. and if that doesnt help remove all the ide and sata drives and then try, u may also want to reset the cmos. and also that doesnt help u can check your motherboard with another processor if u can get it. and if that also doesnt help. it means there's something wrong with the motherboard.

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  • Ismail Shifau Dec 01, 2008

    did u remove the cmos battery. ? keep the cmos battery removed and check wether ur monitor cable is connected to the correct place. if u have another display card its good to check with it as well


  • Ismail Shifau Dec 01, 2008

    this problem come because of power supply, processor, ram or something wrong with the motherboard. since u have checked the ram. try checking with another power supply and processor. and if it still gives the same black screen. i'll say u better take it to a service center. most probably your motherboard is dead.


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