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No display i have big problem with my pc. i use motherboard gygabyte 8vm533-rz,ddrram 1 gb, and processor intel p4. why that cpu that load display (no display) but the other working like cd room, led power etc.please help how to fix my problem,,,,i has try to change processor and ddrram but nothing working,,it,s the same time,,,,no display at my monitor,,,,pls help me

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  • mahapatra Jan 05, 2008




    cpu &ram changed & cpu is heat


  • Clarence20 Feb 11, 2008

    hi I have same problem to encounter to this board kindly give us accurate support solution for this issue.

    I try all configurations and troubleshoot the board is nothing change there no video out.

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I have facing a same problem also..
noting is showing but i cant enter until window starting sound.
on & off monitor still the same no image.
how..... please help....

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First things first. Please make sure you monitor is correctly connected to the video card and tight. Do not over tighten the video cable. The CPU does not load the display directly. The video card does. Be sure the card is seated. Remove and re-seat the video card. You can also go to Gugabyte and check the FAQ section for similar problem you are having at:
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/FAQ_List.aspx

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Try a video card and turn off the onboard display card.

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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