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Vga I purchased a asus p4s8x mb I've installed everything but when i turn on the system the monitor displays No vga signal. I've checked the conections and everything is ok. Can anyone tell me what the problem. The grafic card worked on the same mb but in a diferent case and now that i've changed the case is not working any more. The red led wich indicates if the grafic card is not good is off. so....????

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Re: vga

Try to clean contacts of the graphic card and the mems with a pencil eraser,reseat it again and check if it is properly inserted or seated in the slot...

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I would try switching slots on the MB. I'd hate to think a new MB has bad slots, but I've seen it happen. You might also want to try the card in another computer that you know is working. If it works there, then you've got an MB problem, if it doesn't then I'd say the video is bad. Bea

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The Asus Asus Motherboards P4S8X-MX uses PC-3200 type memory and usually ships from Asus with 0MB of RAM. The Asus Motherboards P4S8X-MX supports up to 2GB of RAM. Maximizing your system memory will allow your Asus Motherboards to operate as fast as possible and offer the most productive environment.
RAM modules must be installed in special locations on the motherboard called Sockets. These memory sockets are what hold the RAM module in place and can range from 1 to 16 or more. Banks consist of a group of 1 or more sockets. A system can have 1 or more of these banks of sockets. If a system has more than 1 socket in a bank, a Kit must be purchased for that bank. A kit is simply more than one, usually 2 or 4, like RAM modules. All sockets in a bank must be filled, and for such systems we sell memory in a kit. Typically you will see 2x512MB or 2x256MB signifying you are purchasing 2 units of 512MB RAM modules or 2 units of 256MB RAM modules, respectively.
The Asus Asus Motherboards P4S8X-MX has 1 bank(s) which have 2 socket(s) in each bank for a total of 2 memory socket(s). This means the Asus Motherboards P4S8X-MX can support up to 2 individual RAM modules.
We recommend you purchase the largest capacity RAM module each time you purchase memory. The reason for this is if you decide to upgrade again later and all your memory sockets are filled, you will not need to discard the already installed lower capacity memory.
Below is a visual representation of the memory bank(s) and socket(s) configuration for the Asus Asus Motherboards P4S8X-MX.
Standard Memory Bank & Socket Configurationsocket_2.gif hope this helps John

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You Can Try By Cleaning Out The Memories And Checking The Processor Is Placed Right In The Socket

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Here is the web link

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Installed GeForce 8500 GT PCI-E video card and pc will not turn on

If your mboard has a builtin video card you should configure that b4 u can use that add on card.

1. connect the add on card.
2. connect the monitor to the built in VGA.
3. start system and press "F2 or Delete" to go to bios setup.
4. on bios setup " refer to the manual on installing addon PCI express card".
you find it here:

or enlosed in the board.

After configuring your system restart and unplug in the wall outlet and then connect the monitor in the add on card.

Hope you find in order.

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