Well,this probably implies a lot of problems. 1.Check the video adapter cable,make sure the pins are not bent or broken. 2. Open the case panel of the left side and disconnect and remove components such as Vga card,rams,hdd,roms,floopy drive,other agp/pci cards and wipe dust particles and on between slot then put them right back. 3. If step 2 fails,remove the vga card,video cable,hdd,processor and rams and approach a nearest friend to test the devices to see if they are working. 4. U can reduce your labour of hardware diagonising by using a POST card which observes the beep codes made by your cpu but u wil have to find out what beep codes mean(google). 5. If you find that all necessary parts are working then your motherboard is either short circuted or dead. After u have tried above solutions,rep to me confirming the status. Thank u!
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Sounds like a video adapter problem. Try taking your video card out and then reseating it into the PCI slot. Make sure your monitor is connected correctly. Also, it might not hurt to make sure the all other periphs are seated correctly. (RAM,Network card, etc) hope this helps
If the computer was connected to the Magnavox using the VGA connector you will not hear sound through the Magnavox, as the VGA connector is a video signal only. Unless you use the HDMI connector, which carries both video and audio, you may not have sound. Verify the back of the Magnavox to see if there are any audio inputs from the PC that may work alongside the VGA connection. Most televisions with a VGA connector do not have this feature as the VGA is strictly for video signal and not sound.
What indication do you have that the system is on?
Do you have any LEDs active on the front of the system box?
Also, your monitor should indicate whether you are receiving video sync signals from the system by changing LEDs or the color of one and possibly give you an on-screen notice that it is or isn't getting input.
If you disconnect the video cable from the back of the system box, most monitors will post a small notice on the screen that it is working but not getting any input.