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I just installed a new sapphire radeon atlantis 9600 pro video card 256GB ... everything installed and ran well until it restarted...now the monitor will not receive signal

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  • jv1757 Jul 15, 2009

    I removed the battery several times now and got it to the bios screen once...the computer restarted and I was at a loss again, everything is snug, I've removed ram, video card and all... tried different monitors etc.

    There is no screen so I cannot access anything...I cannot reset anything manually because there is no signal...therefore no picture....I'm very very upset as I was upgrading this system to be brought to school and now it's worthless....the PC boots up normally, just no picture... the motherboard is a ASUS p4s800-MX...is there any way to reset BIOS or the CMOS besides the battery...I've even tried swapping batteries

  • jv1757 Jul 17, 2009

    neither worked....what possibly could have happened

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Check the bios and make sure that the onbord video is disabled, pull battery off the motherboard and reset everything if nothing else works, Be sure to plug monitor into the onboard video card so u can access the bios, also check that cable is snug at both ends(i know silly but you would be amazed) if stilll nothing fallback on other videocard and test new card in another computer, was the videocard seated snugly and tightened down good?

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Good day sir, try to open the CMOS setup. and locate the settings that lets your computer choose what type of display it will use. there are several options there. onboard/PCI/AGP. I guess you set that to AGP. save the settings. test again

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

  • Jerry Umali Jul 16, 2009

    I know the feelling, just relax, you need to do these things, 1. reset the CMOS, there are several ways, first is to operate the PC without the CMOS battery. second locate the CMOS jumper reset, usually near the battery. its a 3 pin jumper and numbered 1 2 3. normally 1 2 is shorted, move the short temporarily to 2 3, then back to 1 2. test again. now set the AGP setting. hope this helps.feel free to ask again if the problem persist.

  • Jerry Umali Jul 18, 2009

    Okay lets go back, we have to remove the Radeon atlantis board, this MAY be short circuited, causing the PC not to respond, we need to operate again the onboard VGA, plug the monitor signal cable to the onboard VGA, second clean the RAM, use an eraser to clean the terminals, replace it back to the motherboard. may I ask, did you hear any POST beeps prior to this? or was it totally silent? you need to operate the PC without the radeon. test the radeon onother PC, if the radeon is in good condition, then reinstall again the radeon to your PC. hope we make progress. let me know what will happen. thanks

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