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I have transferred my PC from a slimline case to a standard one. The
only other thing I have changed is the CPU fan and power supply.
I have had some problems getting the system to stay powered up, but have resolved that (didnt have power button connectedto mobo). The problem now is that the monitor is not picking up a video signal (message on screen "no video input"). I'm using the same graphics card:
GeForce 7100 GS (PCI-express)
Can anyone help?
Try to change your pwer supply, try to check the watts of your supply if it fits to your motherboard...there must be something wrong when you change your casing. try to check your motherboard pins and setting. and kindly reset the bios.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Maybe the issue is your video card, try to clean your graphic card with an earaser.. rub the edge, an try to check your memory, clean it also..
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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