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Not much to work with. Can you be a bit more clear?

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

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  • Axel Jan 20, 2013

    My pc turns on with fans spinning LEDs turn on but there is nothing with the screen .

  • Axel Jan 20, 2013

    My pc turns on with fans spinning LEDs turn on but there is nothing with on the screen .

  • Axel Jan 20, 2013

    My pc turns on with fans spinning LEDs turn on but there is nothing on the screen .

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 20, 2013

    Check and reseat ALL cables. Try another monitor. At boot is there sound? Any Flash on the Monitor? You didn't supply the Make ,Model of computer or the OS?

  • Axel Jan 21, 2013

    That's what I did oh and sorry , my specifications : Amd athalon 2x 2.0ghz , Ubuntu 12.04 , Nvidia GT 9500 , 1GB DDR2 RAM , 40 GB Hard drive, MS 7297 Mobo . I tried the psu on another pc , it worked , I tried the monitor on another pc and it worked , tried without graphic card and nothing happened , reseated the ram and nothing happened , I tried different ram and nothing happened , tried bench testing and nothing worked . My PC however makes a tiny start up noise and I can hear the hard drive but I can't see the bios. I also cleared the bios and CMOS .


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