Hansol Mazellan 500A is it not compatible with 128MB Video Card?
Hi, I just bought a new CPU with Intel Celeron 2.4GHZ with 128MB Video Card on it, and when i hook it up with my Mazellan 500A monitor, the LED LIGHT turns green and then goes to orage(blinking). It does't display anything on the screen just black not even going to window's Xp start up. But I hooked up this monitor to my old PC Intel Celeron 433Mhz with just 32MB Video Card and its working fine!! I also even tested the new one I bought the one which has the 128Mb Video to another Monitor (the monitor of the person who sold me that) and its working fine!! This really drives me crazy... HELP!
I hope someone can save me from buying another monitor!
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Re: Hansol Mazellan 500A is it not compatible with 128MB...
Your monitor does not support the screen resolution that your windows install is set to. hook your pc back up to your computer guys monitor, and reduce the screen resolution, then hook it back up to your monitor.
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this mainboard is intened for use with XP or Vista only OS and Intel Socket 775 Core™2 Quad/Core™2 Extreme/Core™2 Duo/Pentium® D/Pentium® 4/Celeron Processors Compatible with Intel® 05B/05A/06 processors ONLY
if the computer powers on w/o video , it could be heat issue with the CPU, --turn off the computer, remove battery and rear case - remove the heatsink fan and apply new thermal paste on the CPU- then put heatsink fan back , battery -- and turn on computer --if the issue persists, its bad onboard video card