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No display on monitor

Hi gurus. the power turns on, and the monitor is on, but there is no display. can not find the MOBO';s gpu plug, and therefore am using the videocard that is already pugged in. Can not tell if there is an error, as the MOBO does not beep as if the MOBO has recognised a problem

Hey there, my computer wont boot at all, there is no monitor display and there is no beeping sound, as if there is no signal flowing to different peripherals. the only thing that is working when i turn on the power is the hard disk led that lights all the time. All fan are working and i think this not the problem of power supply..

Is my motherboard dead already..

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    Reynante Manriquez Dec 10, 2007

    thank you for giving a tip for my problem.. but it still didnt work i have tried that already..
    I have connected it already to the onboard display plug but still the problem remains.

    I have also tried to disassemble everythig by removing them on the motherboard and tried if the motherboard has the error. I tried removing all the add on cards including memory and the processor itself and the result.. the same error. No sound on the motherboard as i turn it on and no signal to the monitor. And the misterious light of the red LED(hard disk led that is lit and not blinking at all times.

    Hope to have some more suggestions

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No, its working as you said. try to uninstall your video if you installed to expansion slot (agp) then use the on board. that is one of the most common problems of pc specially when you're moving this from one place to another. if it boots from your onboard vga clean your uninstalled video card then reinstall to your agp. i hope that this helps you

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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    JOSE BAUTISTA Dec 08, 2007

    what i mean is that your video card to be uninstall if this is just from expansion slot or agp then use the onboard vga to check if the problem is your vdeo card

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