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No video on start up

No video on startup from new motherboard

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  • DYRON REDDICK Jan 11, 2008

    Motherboard will not show video from the built in VGA or an add on video card. I get no beeps from the system this is why I'm so lost on what the problem may be.

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Do you use add on VGA card or main board built it.

If you use add on card u need to set it in the bios using the built in VGA b4 u can use add on card.

However if you use built in VGA; try to fixed well the processor and then the memory. If the system beeps during start the memory is not fixed well or it is damage.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Jan 24, 2008

    Do connect all the power cord on the board. the four pin power near the processor please connect that power cord that is 2 yellow and 2 black color.



    maybe this is only thing that mess.

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