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No monitor power

The monitor does not power up and when it is plugged into the onboard port it gives 3 long beeps, and when I put in a VGA card it gives 3 long beeps.

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Re: no monitor power

Check with ur RAM might be issue with the RAM>and also check with VGA card>and power cord>rate me solved if its help thx

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2.check the power cord of your monitor and make sure you have a working monitor.
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If your getting no beeps, its usually a video card issue. G31T-M7 has an onboard video card. Can you try plugging you montor to the VGA port and see if anything comes up. If still no picture, are fans turning? Might be a power supply failure.

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When the PC starts up, do you get a BIOS display at all? Try fitting a graphics card into the board instead of using the built in port, if that works check the BIOS settings to see if the built in adapter has been disabled,

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Generally you dont need to disable the onboard VGA to AGP, all you need to do is to ensure that you plug the monitor lead into the AGP VGA card.

However if you wish to disable the onbaord VGA then please do the following

1) Ensure that the monitor lead is plugged into the onboard VGA card/port
2) Siwitch on PC then press F12, esc or del key to enter detup (When switching on there will be a message that says press X to enter setup)
3) This will present you with a blue BIOS screen, if yuo go through the menu there will be a option that says 'onboard/integrated peripherals'
4) choose that option and there will be a further option 'onboard VGA' this will be set to enabled. Set this to disabled and then save and exit
5) Note at this point you will have to move the VGA cable from the monitor from the back of the VGA prot to the AGP VGA card

I hope this has been helpful

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Good day sir, hi, lets make sure first that your motherboard is good, so we need to test it, just prepare the folowing items.
  1. A good working power supply, to test: place a jumper wire across the green wire and any black(or sometimes the red with work) wire on the 20/24 pin power connector. Plug it and see if the exhaust fan run.
  2. A good set of Ram, just make sure its good. if not or in doubt buy new one (only one module) if you want. (you can keep the doubtful ones and test it later)
  3. A keyboard.
  4. If your motherboard has no VGA onboard, A good VGA card.
  5. A thumb speaker, or you can use your PC case speaker.
Okay lets assemble, on a table:
  1. Place your motherboard, (make sure no metals underneath) connect the Power Supply 20(or 24) pin to your motherboard and the 4 pin 12v connector. (if your motherboard has one).
  2. Connect the pc thumb speaker or your case speaker.
  3. connect the keyboard.
  4. connect the RAM, make sure it clicks as you install it.
  5. Optional VGA card. Onboard vga will do. Connect a monitor. plug in the monitor.
Okay, plug in your power supply, (exhaust fan is off at the moment) locate the power button pins, short them with a screwdriver. (fan is now on)

Now check your Keyboard. you will see two sets of lights, first set is Num Lock + Scroll Lock + Caps Lock, then a few seconds the second set: Num Lock only. at this point your motherboard is good.

Also check out the PC speaker beeps.
  • 1 beep mean good.
  • 1 long and 3 short beeps VGA is bad. (it may help if the VGA is snug and fit on the slot). If on board VGA, use a new AGP/PCIe card.
  • Continous long beeps. cannot detect memory
  • Continous short beeps, motherboard. (or memory sometimes).
  • No beep, fan is this point do everything again. (do it several times until the board responds)
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Im gonna take it that "yup i'm hear the any beep" means you do hear a beep.

So first If it has an onboard vga card. remove the second vga and hook the monitor up to the onboard and try to boot.

Second try the Power Supply, make sure whatever power supply you use has enough to handle all the equipment in the unit.

If those two don't solve the problem, then you have a bad motherboard.

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