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No display on monitor.

Motherboard lighted up,heat sink fan runs, i change around memory module remove power connection, disconnect all cd-roms/hard drive,clear cmos,and leave keyboard/and mouse connected.

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Re: no display on monitor.

More than likely you have a bad CPU. I've seen this several times.

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  2. Disconnect the AC power adapter, remove the battery, and then press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds .
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Pc running but wont recognize screen I have tried other screens but same result ,replaced video card still nothing on screen what else should I do

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Hello sir, hi, check out the following: I'm assuming the things that you may have forgotten.
1. is the 4 pin 12V Molex power connector connected to the mother board? 2. did you use a a good and tested memory module? have this module tested first on another PC. 3. Is your memory slot free of dust and dirt? if not clean it up. 4. is you power supply fan and processor fan spins when power is on? 5. Try powering ONLY the motherboard connected to a video display, no sata/ide cable with a tested memory installed. 6. try another Power Supply box. 7. Is your processor mounted properly? 8. when you apply power look at the keyboard lights, 3 lights initial power on then 1 light the numlock led is on. 9. do you have a plugged in usb device, remove this device as you power on the motherboard. 10. do every thing again and double check.
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It can also happen if the IDE/SATA cables are faulty/worn out. Inspect them to see if any of the pins are loose/broken.

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