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The cpu will start up and I can hear the drive working, but I see no image. Is it the video card adapter

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Switch on again. Try if it boots up and beep. IF it doesn't beep and don't display, there's a problem in the connection of SATA or IDE from motherboard to HDD.
If you can hear the drive working, I suspec`t it is the system fan which is working. But if it doesn't beep at all, your motherboard is in problem, You have to purchase new one with the same specs that is compatible to your memory and processor.
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What is visual graphic acdactor ,and the freze


A video card (also called a video adapter, display card, graphics card, graphics board, display adapter or graphics adapter) is an expansion card which generates a feed of output images to a display. Most video cards offer various functions such as accelerated rendering of 3D scenes and 2D graphics, MPEG-2/MPEG-4 decoding, TV output, or the ability to connect multiple monitors (multi-monitor).
Video hardware can be integrated into the motherboard or (as with more recent designs) the CPU, but all modern motherboards (and some from the 1990s) provide expansion ports to which a video card can be attached. In this configuration it is sometimes referred to as a video controller or graphics controller. Modern low-end to mid-range motherboards often include a graphics chipset manufactured by the developer of the northbridge (e.g. an AMD chipset with Radeon graphics or an Intel chipset with Intel graphics) on the motherboard. This graphics chip usually has a small quantity of embedded memory and takes some of the system's main RAM, reducing the total RAM available. This is usually called integrated graphics or on-board graphics, and is usually low in performance and undesirable for those wishing to run 3D applications. A dedicated graphics card on the other hand has its own Random Access Memory or RAM and Processor specifically for processing video images, and thus offloads this work from the CPU and system RAM. Almost all of these motherboards allow the disabling of the integrated graphics chip in BIOS, and have an AGP, PCI, or PCI Express slot for adding a higher-performance graphics card in place of the integrated graphics.

Aug 31, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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I switch on my system and nothing happens The cpu


So practically the pc starts but you don't have any image. Try using another monitor and another video card - one of them is dead.

Jul 03, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-8I915P Duo Pro Motherboard

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WHEN I TURN IT ON, THE COPUTER STARTS BEEPING


that sounds. are memory problem related :


Beeps Meaning 1 long, 2 short Video adapter error: Bad or improperly seated video card Repeating beeps Memory error: Bad or improperly seated RAM 1 long, 3 short Bad video RAM or video card not present High-frequency beeps Overheated CPU: Check fans Repeating high/low beeps CPU: Improperly seated or defective CPU

May 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When i turn on my CPU, i can only see the light of the Cd rom drive, my screen stays black. but i can hear the sound from the CPU that it is on and the fan at the back is working.


If this is a desktop, some of the components may need to be reseated. The memory chips, perhaps a video card if it has one, something like that. Generally what you want to listen for are beeps. In some cases you will hear a slight clicking sound. That usually indicates a hard drive failure. Put a CD in the drive and see if it gives you a different message.

Jan 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hi! I have a pc with abit is7-e2 motherboard.. And when i start the pc a red led turns on the board... There is no picture on the screen. I already checked the video card but its working


Just how did you check the video card if you get no image on the screen?
Try another monitor with your computer. If you still get no image, then it's your video card or another component.
If your computer will not pass the POST (power on self test) then you will not get any video output.
Culprits can be the hard drive, the CD, the memory, the motherboard, or the CPU. I would disconnect everything but the CPU, memory, and video and try to start it to narrow the problem. But first, try another monitor.
I've even seen a bad power supply that seems to work keep the video from working.

Jan 16, 2010 | Abit IS7-E2 Motherboard

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The desktop won't reboot. The power light stays yellow. I hear a fan running, but the monitor says no signal.


If your fan runs and the hard drive spins up, then you have a video card problem.
I'd do this: Disconnect everything inside the case but the CPU, memory, and video. Now try to boot. Also observe the fan on the CPU--does it spin?
If this fails, then your video has probably gone bad. Also--does your computer usually give you a "beep" when it starts up? If so, is it giving you a beep now? If not, you're failing the hardware startup test (POST).
So, your problem may be the video card. If your video is part of the motherboard, then you need to replace the motherboard.

Oct 01, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Boot Issues


Check the memory and the video.

Jul 20, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Barebones not working


A small pc right? not a printer?

Just makeing sure.

tell me does it turn on? do you get image? any beeps?

I would use a card like this to find out the problem
http://www.winter-con.com/photo_new/photo_prod_com/DC-0021a.JPG

But, since you most likely don't have one, start with unplugging all the devices from the motherboard that aren't a must for a start up.

This includes
dvd/cd drives
Hard drive
extra cards attached to the motherboard.

So leave only the basics connected.

powersupply - motherboard - cpu - memory - video.

Thats enought to get picture out from the computer.
If you still don't get anything and don't hear any beeps
remove all your memory and try starting again, you should hear beeps now.

Il continue this solution ones you have tryed that.

Jul 05, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Computer gets power, but doesn't display anything


remove your video card and plug it again.. if it doesnt work..
try plugging ur video card to *********** board built in video card and then ur on-board video card to you monitor..

this is what the nvidia guys mentioned on their video while announcing the release of the 9 series

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