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NO SIGNAL TO MONITOR

NO SIGNAL I TRIED TO RESET CMOS . I TRIED MONITOR BEFORE ON THE SAME PC AND IT WORKED LIKE A WEEK AGO .MY VIDEO CARD IS LIKE 1 YEAR OLD . ALL MY FANS RUN . THE HARD DRIVE RUNS . EVERY THING ON THE PC RUNS BUT NO SIGNAL EVERY TIME

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Change the memory card, then reset the cmos. if problem persists change the video card, its probably bad.

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Resetting the cmos back to factory. If there is no monitor to use the F2 on start up method, look on the MB for a two pin header labeled something like clear cmos. Closing that circuit will set the cmos back to factory. If its still broke, look for a working replacement mb on ebay or Dell's service website or something.

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I have a va703b monitor that when turned on immediately displays NO SIGNAL then the green light turns to orange and the screen goes black. What's the problem?


That is usually a sign of a video problem, but first you should try to use your current monitor on another computer to see if it works there and/or try to use a different monitor on your computer. If your current monitor does not work on another computer and a different monitor DOES work on YOUR computer, then your monitor is broken and needs to be replaced (I will be utterly shocked if it's the monitor though).

Anyhow, going on the assumption that it's a video issue, Turn off the computer and unplug it from the wall and unplug the monitor from the computer. Now open up the computer tower. There are two things that you can try that won't require you to buy new hardware.

1.) Remove the video card (if you have one) and blow out all of the dust in the computer and off the video card. Look the video card over for any blown capacitors or any melted silicone (it will be obvious what you're looking for IF it's there). Put the video card back in, close the computer and plug it back into the wall and plug the monitor back into the computer and try to start the computer.

2.) You can remove the video card, blow all the dust out, and remove the CMOS battery (It looks like a shiny nickel that is sitting in your motherboard) for a minute or so. HOWEVER, if you do this, your BIOS will go back to it's default setup, which is fine if you never changed anything. Put the Video card back in, put the CMOS battery back in, close the computer, plug the computer back into the wall and the monitor back into the computer.
-------------- If you removed the CMOS battery AND you now have video, you're going to have to go into BIOS (setup) and change the date to the current date and time. (when your computer starts up, you'll see on the screen something like "PRESS DELETE TO ENTER SETUP" at that point press the delete key, or whatever key it says to press and you'll enter BIOS)

If you're still not having any luck, then your best bet is going to be to change out the video card with a compatible video card that you know is in working condition and if that works, then that means you will need to purchase a new video card because your current one is broken.

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When I turn on computer the monitor starts up briefly, then statement on screen says "no input signal" and monitor goes into sleep mode? I took it to Staples and they say I have bad motherboard....it's...


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Then if there is still a signal error, try opening your PC case, blowing out any dust you find with compressed air, then re-seat your ram and video card. If you have on-board video, try removing the cmos (Bios) Battery or if you can find it, jump the bios reset jumper, then restart.

If none of those solutions work for you, try installing a slot based video card in either your, PCI, AGP or PCI Expess slot to see if your onboard video has simply failed.

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First refix the RAM and Pci graphic card.
Pull cmos cell from mother bord for 15 minutes then put again into its position then all settings are defaults.
Then if still face problem then check with other RAM.

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I'm glad resetting the CMOS fixed it. (Posted as solution so you can rate the response.)

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Hi there
Remove the video card from the machine and connect the monitor to the on-board video, then reset the CMOS 3d40258.jpg, you will see a plastic jumper like the one in the picture near the battery, move it to the other position and power up the PC (nothing should happen which is good) then put the jumper back in the original position and power the PC up again. Hopefully the problem will be sorted and the problem was the video card.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!

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There 3 possible problem with your board...
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3. Bios

Check one by one


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