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Mer cury PVM7 mobo wont display on monitor

Dont know about the entire mobo model number but it has PVM7 etched on the mobo. and the manual shows PVM7
and manual mentions VIA P4M800 . so I am assuming it is this one.
it has been working fine but it will not display video anymore. the monitor(s) I tried just blink the yellow light on the front of monitor and never goes to green. nothing displays. monitor is plugged into the mobo video plug.
I tried using an AGP card and still nothing displays.
I ripped the PC apart to get everything disconnecetd and nothing displays butthe CPU fan spins and when the HD
and FD and CD ROM were connected, the HD started running and the CD rom kept blinking like it was needing something in it.

if it is the mobo anyone know if it can be repaired?
and who could do it in san diego area?

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  • swbtmis Dec 29, 2007

    thanks. I wasn't clear. it was working just fine using the 32MB video plug that is part of the mobo. then it just died, and I cant display anything. not even the BIOS/setup. nothing displays at all, ever.

    I even tried clearing the CMOS with the JUMPER switch. still nothing.

    I am going to try some of my other video cards, PCI, AGP etc.

    even when I disconnect the keyboard and moyse and pull out all the RAM, I dont get any POST beeps .

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    Same issues with my mother board also.. tried to fetch solutions from google all over i found head of same issues not found any answers :-(



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I want the display driver

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So I think you are saying it did work and then stopped, right?

If that's the case then I would try booting into the BIOS setup and reseting it first. If that does not work then I would reboot into the BIOS again and see if there is something there you need to enable for the AGP port to function.

If all this fails then you most likely have a bad motherboard. It's probably not worth the money to consider having it repaired, and I doubt you'd find anyone who's even interested trying.

Good luck.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

  • ohiotom Dec 29, 2007

    If you disconnected everything (including HDD and CD/DVD) and you still get no POST beeps then you either have a bad motherboard or a bad power supply. Do you have another power supply you can try?


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Give me drivers

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