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Hi, my pc is not giving any signals to monitor by poweron though fans are working,processor-x86,motherbard-msi,recently i have enabled cool n quiet control in integrated peripherals section of bios settings, adarsh

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    Douglessd May 11, 2010

    Not sure what you mean by no signals to monitor. Do you turn your pc on and nothing at all happens? Does it make any beep codes? Some MB's have a row of lights to signify start up error conditions. If you changed a setting and it immediately stopped working then that may be your problem. Do a factory reset on *********** board. Sometimes you remove a jumper then put it back again.You might need to find the boards manual for this. You can normally download it if you don't have one. If you get stuck you might just have to pop the battery off the mother board for a minute then replace it. You will have to redo any custom config in your bios but hopefully you haven't changed too much in there. Hope this helps.



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Try connecting the cable properly, check the fuse of monitor. connect ur CPU output to a CRO n check for signals...!!

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