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I have a blank screen

So i checked if any capacitors were leaking but i see nothing leaking , i checked the cpu if it had a burned part around were the paste is but nothing , the only thing i saw was when i took the cpu out one of the pins was a little bent so i fixed it it and now the pin is ok so i tried booting everything up again and still have the same problem i only see a blank screen i took the ram out and try booting up without any ram but nothing used a diffrent scrren but nothing can the graphic card be bad or what? and is it possible that the bent pin could of done something?

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Re: I have a blank screen

So are you asking if there something wrong with your mobo?

if yes, try checking for the jumpers.

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Re: I have a blank screen

Well your trouble shooting is fine, but you have to do it step by step to determine the actual problem. Now you can do it again the process.
1. I assume you have your mobo out of casing. Remove your RAM. Plug in your power cable and turn on the mobo. At this point you should hear beep sound. If the sound is heard then your mobo detecting that the RAM isn't exist, which show a good sign that the mobo is still functioning.
2. Now place back your RAM but taking out your graphic card. Turn on your mobo, this time you should hear a long beep sound. Again if there is beep sound then your mobo is still functioning.
Now if you can not hear any beep sound on either steps above probably your CPU or mobo is defected.
If you can hear the beep sound then you could try many more steps. You can put back the graphic card and plug your monitor to it. Do not connect to hard disk yet because it could damage it during the test. You could start by clearing your CMOS, then replacing the RAM and the graphic card. Well you try first and give us your feedback. Good Luck.

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