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NO VIDEO 733 ECS MOTHERBOARD

EVERYTHING COMES ON HD - LEDS-CHARGES BATTERY BUT NO VIDEO NOT EVEN EXTERNAL MONITOR ALSO ONCE YOU TURN ON IT WON'T SHUT OFF YOU HAVE TO UNPLUG IT

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  • keyboard cha Dec 28, 2008

    these are some great sites they should give me some hint chuck

  • mistadick Mar 03, 2009

    I have almost the same problem - although my DVD light flashes instead of any others.



    I stripped it down to see if there were any blown caps and checked to make sure all of the fans were working yet all was OK.



    I reset the cmos and replaced the dvd drive (the old one didn't work anymore anyway)



    I don't use the battery (it is still installed though) because it doesn't hold a charge anymore so I have to keep it plugged in - and I have to unplug it to get it to turn off.



    Can anyone help?

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