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Fan, HDD... everything is working but no display.

I have changed my computer case.
After I moved all of parts to new case, there is no display on my monitor even bios display.
please help me to get a solution.

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Re: Fan, HDD... everything is working but no display.

You have no display, and cant even get to the bios screen.
OK, does anything at all show on the monitor when starting?

If that is the case, look to your video card or monitor.
I cant tell you how many times I have seen pins that are bent or proken on the VGA cable. or even plugged in.
Please check these things and let me know what you find

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