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I have a Philips LS1600 pc, the pc will power up, fan runs on the motherboard but no signal to the monitor? I've disconnected all the peripherals and the same result. I think it may be the motherboard but still not 100% sure. Any additional checks i can do to make certain?

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Check the monitor and cable aren't faulty and that the graphics card is seated properly.Try installing a new graphics card, if it works your video card was faulty.

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1:try replacing your ram.
2:if you have more than two cards try one at a time(Faulty RAM or slots can cause this problem

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