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Motherboard don't allow to run monitor

Hi. I've got old IBM motherboard (about 2002 year or early).
I've uninstalled HDD, scanned it with antivirus on the other pc and then installed it back. Monitor don't work. PC is working correctly, but ANY monitor doesn't work.There was a complicated method of uninstalling and i remember i plugged off some wire (there is a button inside the case and it's getting pressed, when the case is closed) and i can't find correct inputs for that pair of wires.

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  • starfish_by Jan 08, 2009

    The PC has no videocard. (or maybe it have onboard video).
    PC doesn't beep at all. (has PC speaker, but now it's silent).
    The instruction is lost years ago.
    I was carefully looking on the motherboard and didn't find any name or serial number. I never payed much attention to such wires, cause usually they have a lamp (diode) to control, or usb. i mean it's not neccessary wires usually.

    Such problem is appeared cause it's very old design, i think.
    I'm not good in old ones.

    Could such problem be solved without "unnecessary" wires?
    Could i force motherboard to run monitor?


  • starfish_by Jan 08, 2009

    Ah. The HDD had lots of viruses, and i formatted it.

  • starfish_by Jan 08, 2009

    And now the PC reacts ok on the boot disc. But monitor has no signal (any monitor).

  • starfish_by Jan 09, 2009

    Good day. Thank you for your solutions.
    2 Smithbrother: i made it cause there is no videocard, so i think your answer is not near. surely i can mistake. your link didn't opened also. Thanks anyway.
    2
    hisheirs: Thank you very much for trying to understand the situation.

    Today, i've visited support center (or repairing?).
    They fixed the problem with a.... eraser(!). Master\guy putted off my RAM, cleaned contacts with eraser and plugged it back. Everything works now.

    Thank You.


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It has an AGP 4 video card slot. Look at the card and see what brand it is and download a driver for it. Has no videl driver listed and I see no "onboard video " referenced.  

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  • Thomas F. Schneider Jan 09, 2009

    I don't understand this, You state twoce that no monitor works.  I take the time to look up the link for your specific mother board, showing you the video connection is a AGP 4 and you vote my answer as inappropate. 

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Those wires .. are the intrusion detect switch .. they are not your issue .. but if they are connected somewhere and your not 100% confident .. I'd disconnect it ..
on the system they is a lable w/ a "Type" number and "Model" number .. what are those ..
Do you have a PCI Video Adapter .. or is in on the MB .. or both ?
Are there 2 HD15 connectors ..
does the system beep at you when you power on?
if you have both a PCI card and an Embedded graphics controller .. remove the PCI .. connect your monitor to the embedded and try it

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  • David Brenchley Jan 08, 2009

    any monitor ?

    are your using the same monitor cable ?

    when you say the PC acts ok on boot .. exactly what do you mean ? You see HDD activity .. as though it is booting ?

    do you have access to a PCI or if appropriate AGP video card ?

    try installing that and see what happens ..

    at this point .. it seems the embedded video card is suspect or the system was in an environment when it had 2 video controllers and the embedded was disable in BIOS ..

    is this JUST and IBM MB .. not an IBM system ?

    if a system the type/model numbers are located on the chassis .. either on the rear or on the bezel

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