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No signal in monitor

I switch the pc on but there is no signal in monitor,neither with the onboard card nor with the pci card. the monitor has no problem for sure. im waiting for your help. thank u

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Check the powersupply unit. if the unit does not take load there is no display. the psu will on but does not have the capacity to boost the power to the mother board. please check changing it

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