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No signal i have recently build my own computer and connected everything up to find that i have no signal from my graphics card to my monitor. the graphics card is a Galaxy 9800 GT and seems to all connected but i dont get any signal. i have tried mulitple monitors and i still dont get a signal, i also tried unplugging unneeded power users such as fans to see if it was a power issue, no luck :( ... tried unplugging and reconnecting everything but still didnt work, hoping some1 can help. cheers

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  • povnish Feb 01, 2009

    thanks 4 your help. found out the graphics card was faulty.... needed 2 be held in to recieve a signal, got a replacement 1 which worked fine. thanks 4 ur quick and very helpfull information

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Do you have both the 24 pin plug & the 4 or 8 pin plug, depending on board, plugged into the proper places? The 4 pin plug is what powers the pci-e x16 slot. On some newer boards it will be an 8 pin plug rather than a 4. It should be clearly marked on the mb in small print. Hope this helps.

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