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Mother Board Problem

I have problem at the time of system start. When i pressed power button on CPU, signal will not transfer to monitor. Only processor and fan wiil run. Please send me proper solution for this.

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Re: Mother Board Problem

Is the color of your led monitor orange?if on yes ,try to on the numlock key, if the led idicator lite ,check your video card by replacing it with new one. but if the numlock indicator not lite on when you press the numlock key,check your memory by replacing a new memory.

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Re: Mother Board Problem

I think that this is Ram problem, firstly you check our computer on another monitor,after that you check ram

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Re: Mother Board Problem

Hmmm... Where to start......

Discounting the possibility of a faulty monitor, (I am assuming that you have tested this, either by trying a different monitor or checking the monitor is working on a different PC (Either yours or someone elses that you know)). it sounds like your PC is not booting through BIOS..., this can be caused by all sorts of things, from faulty Power supply to Faulty MEM or even a faulty PCI or graphics card....

The first thing (except the monitor) that I would check is the Power supply.. if you can get your hands on a spare power supply that is the first thing to test (by replacing).

If that does not resolve it's a case of systematically removing all other possible causes of the fault (IE remove all PCI cards and Drives, not removing the Graphics card or MEM.

if the fault persists with all these things done you have diagnosed that the fault lies with the motherboard the CPU or the memory.

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