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Suddenly no video, monitor ok, tried replacing video card with working unit, still no video, harddrive and optical drives working.

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Do you have video with onboard video card??if so try setting up the bios to display your agp or pcie card first.

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The basic Windows files aren't being found. The boot files. This may mean a bad Harddrive.

Do you have the Restoration CD Disk? Laptop on insert it into the optical drive tray, close the tray.
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If a checkdisk is done, you have bad sectors on the harddrive.
There IS a special procedure in replacing a harddrive.

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Sometimes we wonder why there is no video output on the monitor or we just get "no signal" display. This may happen if the vga cable or the cable that connects from the monitor to the system unit (tower) is loose. It also happens when the monitor has power but the system unit is not turned on. In this case, you can try to do the steps below if it can resolve the issue. (This works with others, I hope it'll work on yours.)

- Sheck the cables and connections to make sure that they're securely plugged in.
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Test the PSU if the units fan is not working the power supply unit is faulty

One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect your hard drive

Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions IDE,SATA

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Monitor is OK but when turned on the screen is black with a little square that has a message "Dell, No input signal". How can you repair this.


Monitor is not getting signal - picture from pc. Did this ever work or is this new pc? Is PC running? Does it do more than just blow fans? Like hard drive spinning up etc.. Check your video cable connections. Turn off monitor and pc first. Remove and re plug both ends of the video cable. Look for bent pins in plug ends before re pluging. Try a different cable if possible. If not fixed, you may need a new video card. Is this a pc that was working and suddenly failed? Either the pc is not running, or the video card is failed.

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If you are using the on-board (integrated video), S3 Graphics Chrome9 HC Integrated Graphics core. Than check you're video cable, video cable connection. Try another monitor. If all check out ok than the MSI integrated video is defective. Suggest you install a PCI-E video card.
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Is the Bios rom set to the on board settings for the video driver?? Did you allocate enough ram for your video driver in the Bios rom?? If all thats ok then the on board video driver is bad or not configured properly. Try disableling the On board video driver and stick a video driver card in and try and see if the monitors working correctly. Good Luck

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