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I have power but no video

I have a Elitegroup L7VMM2 Motherboard that powers up but has no video.could you plz help!!!! i am using a amd 2400+ processor. and pc 3200 ddr ram (2) gig. and a western digital 300 gig hard drive. and 430 watt powersupply. and a dvd-rom disk drive and a dvd-rw disk drive.

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  • dale_2001_ea Dec 05, 2008

    when i try to boot up the computer it does not show nothin .it a black screen.so that solution didnt help but thank you for trying anyways.

    dale_2001_ea


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Do you get the boot up screen when you power the computer on? If you can get into the BIOS, make sure your primary video is set for the onboard. Hope this helps.

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Sounds to me like you need to go get a beter videocard

or you need to install the drivers for the montior ...

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Have you heard any beeping sound when your CPU is powered on? Try to re-insert your memory (RAM) or clean those pin when you unplug the Memory by using a eraser then re-insert it again if nothing happens it either your mainboard is defective.

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I have done all that you saud to do. Now the problem I have is the computer will not turn on at all. It's like the power has been turned off from inside the operating progam. I have windows 7, is this...


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Phase 1
After power button pressed, computer will detect 5 components :
1. Power supply - OK (enough power)
2. Main-board - OK
3. Processor - OK
4. Memory - OK
5. Video Card / VGA - OK
== beep sound .. (1 time) or on the monitor, display appears BIOS ==

The characteristics of damage to power supply
1. Power supply fan does not spin


Video power supply fan not spinning

If the power supply fan is not spinning, the possible cause of damage to power supply. Solution, replace the power supply.

How to check the damage to power supply
2. Power supply is weak (resulting voltage power supply can not turn on the computer or the voltage is less)
The characteristics of damage to the processor

Normal fan without processor

Normal fan with processor


Based on experience, the possibility of damage processors is very small. To check for damage to the processor, install the processor to another computer (for comparison).


The characteristics of main-board damage
Because the new main-board, so the possibility of the main-board damage, very small. The characteristics of damage to the main-board, when the power button is pressed
1. Power supply fan not spinning
2. Processor fan is not spinning
3. Casing lamp is not lit
4. Main-board lamp does not light



The characteristics of the memory damage or dirty memory
1. The characteristics of normal memory, but installation is not correct or dirty

When the computer is turned on, the sound


Solution

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Picture a
Release Memory

Picture b
Clean the memory slots with a brush

Picture c
Clean the gold layer memory with a pencil eraser

Picture d
Reinstall the memory correctly


The characteristics of damage to video cards


Solution, remove the video card, clean the gold layer with a pencil eraser.

I hope this information helps.

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  • Driver conflict or improper driver installation
  • Power issue
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    • Not turned on? Well… turn it on. J
    • No power? – Make sure power connections are in and secure. Reseat them to verify.
    • Make sure their power bar is on. (If they have one.)
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  9. Open the tower and reseat the video card. (Make sure the owner has the power off and unplugged. Also make sure they touch a metal part of the computer to discharge static (IE the metal frame or power supply)
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  12. If you are unsure if the video card is actually causing the problem, service may be the best option

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