The monitor stopped working one day although everything else seems to work fine.We connected the moniter to a different computer and it works,we changed graphic cards in the computer and still nothing on the monitor. The computer is still working (we can acces info on it through in internal network) but the display is dead so we cannot work with it.
The motherboard is an intel motherboard D865perl and does not have an on-board graphic card.
Would appreciate your help in finding a solution.
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Re: Graphic Card Problem
There could be many things besides the graphics card. To start however, make sure your laptop recognizes your card and its drivers installed. Make sure your card is compatible with your motherboard. what is the model of your graphics card?
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First boot the computer without connecting Graphic Card, then go to BIOS and find for VGA option change the option to compatible mood, save the setting and come out of it. now off the computer re connect your graphic card and start the computer.
Nope it isn't defective. You don't mention from your question if you bought a LCD type or the CRT type of monitor. But I think you bought a LCD monitor right? My question here is where do you connect it? From the graphic card or in the onboard vga of your motherboard? How old is your graphic card/onboard vga? That is always the problem of an old graphic card because it can't release more pixels that's why it says out of range. Connect your old monitor it will work because it can support your graphic card/onboard vga. Buy a new graphic card with a specification that will suit to your motherboard and to your new monitor before it become a money waste
Hi, You should get one bios beep. You seemed to have tried everything except a different hard drive. Check the capacitors to see if they busted open. Other than that the motherboard could be fried. Hank
Hmm, please don't do it..
Well, if the monitor works on another computer and you are sure that your system is working properly, you need to replace the graphic card. That'll fix your problem.
But before this, make sure your system boots normally with the proper beeps.
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how u mean not working right if ur using onboard graphic it could of gone and then u need to add graphic card to ur pc if allready got graphic card in that may have gone and nead to renew it if all else fails it would be the monitor with probs try another moniter
my goodness.. you have spent a lot in your computer i think.. i dont think changing mother board and installing a new vedio card will solve this problem. as u have said that u have installed a new card make sure that you are giving the connections of your monitor to the gforce card and not to the mother board again.
if connection for monitor is going for gforce properly your RAM is the problem. as per your configuration its single 512mb ram. i would advice you to go and get another DDR RAM(same 512 prefrably) from any of your friend and put it in you mother board in by removing the normal RAM you had. this will work for sure i think. if this is not working dont rate me in-approtiate. i just triend my best. sorry and tahnks.. good luck