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Mobo giving startup problem!

Actully the problem is there for the last 3 years, but still i do not know the cause. " when i start the system sometimes it wont start, ie. the keyboard lights get on, HDD is on, CPU fan working, but no output on Monitor(it remains off). Additionaly sometimes when i am working on system it gets off, and does not restart and goes into the above mentioned condition. then i switch off the system by pressing the power botton for 5 seconds. laterwhen i turn it on, then it may turn on or it mays not and go into above mentioned condition. And sometimes the system runs for hours even all night and there is no promblem of this type." Can someone tell me what is the problem with my system? UPS is ok, got it checked. mobo: intel d845gvsr Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz HDD: 40GB

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  • prakhar_g May 31, 2009

    Vajaee- No, i am not using any graphics card.
    mrninja- Its not the Monitor or UPS...got them checked.
    got the whole system checked too, no visible problem.
    The problem is in the CPU, most probably the Mobo or it may be case of Processor overheating, how do i find out?

  • veejae May 11, 2010

    do u have any video card connected to the motherboard or u r using onboard graphics.

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You have to narrow down the issue.. is it with the pc? or monitor? if you think the cpu... is the power supply fan working? is the cpu overheating? if you think its the monitor...be sure the card is seated properly and check all cables

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