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Hiya, please could you help me, A couple of days ago i installed a graphics card on my pc. Everything was working properly, when this morning i was playing half life and the monitor went to sleep. The monitor was still on and the computer was still running, but the screen was completely blank. So i restarted it and nothing happened. I took the graphics card out and tried the onboard graphics card but still nothing. I also tried to reset my cmos taking out the battery and also shorting it, But still nothing. I despretely need help and would be so grateful to anyone who can save my pc, as i really need it. Thanks very much for reading, all the hardware that im using is named below. -The graphics card that i think caused the problem is a geforce 7300gt -Motherboard is a ASROCK 775i65gv -I have connected to it two Maxtor hard drives Two 512mb Ram sticks are conected to it One ram stick is a ddr400 The other a nanya nt5ds32m8ct-6k -And i have a DVD writer connected to it (freecom is the make) The name of the power unit i am using is a 'tsunami' power supply model ky-350atx. 115/230v 7A/4A 60/50 HZ. Once again thanks for reading and PLEASE HELP.

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  • Slick54 May 11, 2010

    Hello,



    Did you go into the bios and change the primary graphics card to AGP, also, when you removed the graphics card and tried the on board video card, did you go into the bios and select on board video?

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Sorry to say but ASROCK borads all have same problem i would take the battery out for the cmos but leave it out for a good 5 mims try that 1st if stilll not working then take your gf back and get new one

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Sound like the monitor is the problem, not the PC.
if you use the onboard VGA, and still not getting a display, then the monitor is the your problem.
try another monitor if you have one. I can bet, it will work.

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Alright, first, does it meet the specifications of the game. required memory and what not.

Also, can your power supply meet you requirments.
( try unplugging the extra hard drive and the CD rom and then booting the system.)

Also, it may have overheated if you are playing games and the P.C. isnt well vetilated. This mayhave caused the processor to fail or to burn out the power supply.

Was there any beeps or alert sounds made before or after it crashed?

Are the memory sticks ( RAM ) the same speed. Are they both DDR 400?

If not, then that would be my best bet, Try removeing one of the memory sticks and then booting, then swap and try the other one. this way you can test to see if one of them is bad.

Most computer tech stores have a power supply tester for around $13.

Buy one, it will save you in time and money trying to guess.

Use it to test the power supply. If its not strong enough to power your system, it will have red light or some way of telling you.

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