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
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They are Video and Audio for connecting device together
Yellow = Video
White = Audio - left channel
Red = Audio - right channel
the connectors on a Desktop PC from the graphics card will be an OUTPUT-possibly labelled TV output, so what ever is displayed on your monitor can also be sent to a TV or recorder etc
The connectors on the Xbox are also OUTPUT and designed for connection to a device which has the same connection but for INPUT
Your monitor may have composite inputs and allow you to switch to those
Some TVs will have those connections as inputs and you would select one of the AV options to see the signal, often a separate button to choose AV input /HDMI / PC etc
Some DVD and Video also have these as an INPUT as video cameras often have that type of connection - to record the signal
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What we really need to know is the socket type for the AMD. AMD makes sockets 939, AM, AM2, AM2+, AM3, etc. www.newegg.com will be the best friend you could ask for. I highly suggest their expert forums and chats as well, they'll help if someone here doesn't. But either way still need to know what socket that amd is. 5200, or 4200 or something like that is also more descriptive, thats how they ID their products. Mine is an AMD phenom II 920. Good proc.
Try resetting the bios. On the motherboard there is a battery that looks like a watch battery. Remove the battery, then replace it again. (make sure the computer is unplugged from the wall socket when you do this)