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My vga port will not work ?

Well i need the vga port to work so it will turn on the moniter so i can see the bios splash screen? but it stays black nomatter how long you leave it? and you guys know you need too see that picture so you can give the right comand to open upthe bios sceen menu so i canswitch the boot up procedure to install windows?.

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  • homer_6948 Jul 26, 2009

    Okay I tried the add on vga plug and it did not work. when you plug the vga wire in it turns off the moniter.And another thing it does not turn on the keyboard either.It flashes then nothing keyboard dont work either.i am at a loss I dunno what the heck is wong with it

  • homer_6948 Jul 26, 2009

    yes i have tried that and the moniter works fine on a difrent computer when you plug in the vga plug it turns off the monitor?

  • homer_6948 Jul 28, 2009

    well got to find out the problem and got it fixed works great now

  • homer_6948 Jul 28, 2009

    the solution was i hda the iproper jumper on the pins in the wrong way witch cused it to shut of the vga the pins are for the clr cmos1

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Have you tried putting an old VGA card into one of your PCI slots?
Sometimes you can see the bios screens on a second vga adapter.

I had a similar problem years ago where I had to disable the onboard vga before it would recognize the second one but I don't think this is a problem these days. I ended up finding an identical machine and writing down the exact key sequence to disable it. Then just typed it blind on the one with a blank screen. If you really do need to disable it before the second one will work perhaps you can find someone with the exact same motherboard willing to write it down for you :)

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    Douglessd Jul 26, 2009

    Have you tried another monitor, or tried your monitor on another computer. We may be assuming that the problem is with the vga board when the monitor may be broken.


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    Douglessd Jul 28, 2009

    What was your solution?



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You may need to plug an AGP Video Card in to get your monitor up. I sense that your bios has video set to AGP. Keep us posted. Dale

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IF the vga port is onboard on the motherboard you have the option to add a vga device to one of the 32 bit add in card slots. Once the add on vga card comes up you can see if the operating system sees the onboard card that is not seemingly working. Then post here what you see afterwards

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