Question about Gateway GT5032 (827103078121) PC Desktop
I have a Gateway GT5032 / AMD 64 X2 /Socket 939 (Media Center XP). I have been getting a no signal message on the screen, So, I thought it might be the on board VGA, had gone out. So, I purchased an ATI PCIe video card and I go the same error message. Then I thought the board might be burned out, so, I bought the replacement board and another AMD 64 X2 processor, reassembled everything, checked all my connectors, I even swapped out memory and changed the power supply from another working Gateaway P4, and I haave still have the same problem, Please, If you've seen this problem, help me out here, because I 've basically rebuilt the system
What monitor are you using?
Depending on what model it is, there should be a button on the front panel for "auto tuning" or "input select"; you could be using it in DVI mode instead of VGA.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
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