I have connected all the connections still there is no display from the mother board at the bios bootup screen. what can i do? how should i solve the problem? please send the pin configuration . i think it would help for me.
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A> Check you Power all connection proper connected. B> Check you SMPS power proper working or not. C> If direct display not coming then sec option is external display card connect in mother board and check display come or not. if display come then you internal display cheap damage. If both option used or display no then you mother board problem. D> Check you RAM, section if RAM problem then display no. E> And finally one time mother board bios batter disconnect and few sec wait and re-connect bios batter. Remember batter disconnect before all power cut. Thanks...
Press F2 at bootup to enter BIOS. Reset everything as if it a brand new computer. Sitting idle for sevenmonths any computer could have gone dead. Reset HDD, bootup sequence, keyboard etc etc. everything.
Have you tested the monitor to see if it is working? Is the vga cable good? Are you getting the BIOS start-up display screens when computer is booting up or no display at all? It is odd that both the on board video and video card would be bad I would double check the cable connection and the monitor. If the cable is good and the monitor is working properly than the board might be bad. You should at least get the BIOS start-up screen display.
check the connection of your video card, this is the common problem of cpu's specially if you are moving from one place to another. try to uninstall the connector of your monitor to the video card. if you have an extra video card try to replace the existing then power on. loose connection of your video will give you a rapid beep sound. if you are using the on board vga you try to install a video card or try to tighten up the connector.