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No signal display on monitor for emachine T5086

I've checked the cable and the monitor on a different computer and they both work fine. I didn't see any additional video cards and I'm not sure how to find out what components were originally installed on the computer. Everything is still original, will a missing or corrupt video driver cause this issue? Need a diagram of mother board

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  • ldrury69 Jun 28, 2009

    do u have an idea of where I can get a diagram of the motherboard. I have an extra video card that I can use temp. what would be best way to check mobo?

  • ldrury69 Jun 30, 2009

    thanks will give it ago. unfortunately having to run back and forth to different location. Will update if repair works later. Thanks

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Add a external (slot) card for video temp, and see if signal comes up, and boots to Bios, it might have the onboard video disabled if so you should be able to enable it and then pull video card and check the MOBO

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