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Monitor no Desplay

I have this problem that my monitor will no longer displaying, I tried my best solution to resolved this problem but I always be failed, I removed the memory, I checked the video card, but the problem is always the same, I restart my computer but it?s the same result, It is possible that my IDE cable is the problem? Can you help to fix my problem? Thank you and more power!!!!!!

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Reset the bios jumper settings,jumper it to 2 and 3 terminal, or do the erasing of memory card.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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    reset the bios jumper settings, jumper it to 2 and 3 terminal after 3 minutes back to its original jumper settings, or remove the memory and memory connector ny erasing it with an eraser.

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Hi Ashish

There is no problem with ur system board.
Actually you are getting this problem because of Monitor problem.

The possible cause would be:
1. Your data cable connecting your board failed.
2. The display IC of your monitor failed.
3. If you have Video card then remove video card and try connecting data cable to monitor port other than ur video card.

most probably u are dealing this problem due to failure of ur display IC.
Troubleshoot first by connecting other monitor with ur system if available.

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Romy

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