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Hello Heidi, you may have two VGA port. my guess is that your monitor is on the main board VGA, remove the VGA connector and locate the other VGA port. usually the graphics CARD. need to connect it there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: computer will not boot up
no most popularly its because u have filled up the ram slots some pc need to have the driveres installed to take the ram try taking all the ram out apart from one stick in slot one the turn the monitor/tv on and then the pc this should work if i dosent then the pc is booting in too high or too low a resilution normaly too low try using a old moniter jst to set the pc up but try the ram first normally works
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Did you install the drivers for the motherboard already? If so check the connections from the power switch to the board which all should be on the bottom right of your mobo. I switched a + and - one time and it went into a infinite look of turning on and off = / Beyond that ASUS Customer support sucks and I would just try to RMA it and start over.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
A motherboard automatically turning itself off could be a few problems.
1: Your RAM might not be compatible with each other. If you have more than one stick of RAM, make sure the brands are the same, or are compatible with each other in the least. Also make sure that the type of RAM (DDR3) is the type of RAM you have inserted.
2: Cords. Inside the computer, some of the cord connections might not be properly connected. Check primarily on your HDD, as well as any other main drives you have (CD Drive, Hard Disk Drive, and a Floppy Disk drive if you have it.) Check to make sure all the necessary cords start somewhere in the board, and end somewhere in a place if there is a place for them to end.
3: Power Supply. On most computers that I've used, near the power supply is a tiny little level/switch thing that controls how much power the computer gets. It could be this. If a motherboard is getting more power than it needs, then it automatically will shut off because it has no place to put the extra energy.
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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