Question about Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard
"no signal" message on monitor
Ok im assuming you have aftermarket video card... unplug the power and remove the video card and leave the RAM in place. Now reboot without a video card installed or monitor connected to anything. Do you get lots of beeps? If you do then reinstall the video card and make sure it seats well or you will get a no signal. Also make sure if its aftermarket that you do or do not need to plug a power connection to the card. Lots of the new card require you to plug a new 6pin power to it. Plz post your motherboard model and video card model if your using a purchased card. But just for assurance the error your getting is definately a video card issue and most of time its not seated correctly. :)
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Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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