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No boot with integrated vga

All parts are new....but nothing seeing in monitor...power is on and all connectors is ok....what can i do?what kind psu is correct?

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Re: no boot with integrated vga

Hey there realxvirus, I would begin by reinstalling your ram, ensuring you are seated correctly. Your motherboard has a specific setup for high performance memory design. The ram you have installed may not be compatible with your board. Check here to ensure your ram is correct. I do not think the PSU is the problem assuming you have a 24 pin connection rather than the 20 pin, and power seems to get to the board. I hope this helps. Good Luck!

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No video after computer took fall.

Glad to know who I am 'talking' to, and don't have to backtrack with technology.

But do to me nature, I probably will a little

There are so many things that could have gone wrong, that you may as well start with a diagnostic flowchart.

But let me ask a few simple things first;

1) Have you been FOLLOWING Anti-Static Precautions?
I would surmise that a PS/3 and X-Box repair would detail using Anti-Static Precautions, but do YOU follow them?

If not use the motherboard for a Frisbee, and the CPU (Processor) for a key fob.
(Ram Memory for Christmas tree decorations, lol!)

2) Did you try removing, and reinstalling the Ram Memory?
No mention of BIOS Code Beeps, so I assume you have.

Ram Memory modules ('Stick') get knocked loose easily.
Visual inspection alone will NOT do.

Best, and proven method is to remove all Ram Memory modules, and reinstall them. This way you are ASSURED that the Ram Memory modules are seated correctly, and tightly.

No BIOS Beep Codes period? Hmmm.

3) All cables are installed, and tightly?

4) Was the computer on when it hit the floor?
Ummm, not good my man.
The Read/Write heads on the Actuator Arms are spaced VERY close to the Platters, inside the harddrive.

Ummm, about .00003, or less.
That is 3 Hundred Thousandths.
An average human hair is .003 thick.
3 Thousandths

OK, moving on.................

No graphics:
The first thing to check is to see if the monitor cable, and monitor, are any good.
Test on a working computer, or use monitor cable, and monitor from working computer.

I believe we can pass this one, lol!

Next is to see if the graphics is good.
With a desktop computer that is using Integrated Graphics, such as the one you are working on; a graphics card is installed.

(You indicated the blue VGA port. Means to me he was plugging his monitor into it. That VGA port is Integrated Graphics. Comes from the motherboard, and not a separate graphics adapter card)

IF a graphics (adapter) card was being used, I would say replace it with a known to be good, compatible graphics card, for a test.

So lets regress for a moment;

A) You think there is a problem with the blue VGA port.
This is Integrated Graphics.
Bottom of the totem pole as far as graphics is concerned.

My advice is to have him purchase an inexpensive graphics card, and use it.
It's a win/win situation.

One you will be bypassing the motherboard graphics.
Integrated Graphics, and in this case the blue VGA port.
This way you can see if the VGA port was the problem.

Two, he upgrades the video quality of his computer, and puts a smile on his face.

What economical/inexpensive graphics card?
How about an ATI Radeon HD5400?
Not too expensive, and pretty fair graphics quality.
At least beats the heck out of Integrated Graphics,

Now no board level repair may be needed.

Just food for thought.

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Not getting any video from a msi 880gma-e55 integrated video motherboard

This may sound simple, but make sure the monitor is set to correct input. Many are auto detect, but you never really know.

You could also check BIOS for onboard video. Disable if you have an add-on video card. Enable if you don't

Reseat the video card if it an add-on.

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I have a compaq presario pc. Motherboard is Asus P5LP-LE : Lithium UL8E. I have 3 Gig of RAM installed, a 400w PSU. I have just purchased a new graphics card - Radeon HD5570. My MoBo has 1 PCI-E x16 and 3...


I think you have not connected power connector to your Radeon HD5570 .
This graphics card have 6pin power connector .
You need a 6pin power connector cable that comes with the graphics card box.

1.First connect your 6pin power connector to Graphics card.
2. Then connect other part of the cable to PSU.

Hope it will work for you.

Thanks for using FixYa.

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Has anyone had a problem with the on board vgp (monitor port) on this gateway motherboard model? I have added a graphics card but my monitor still does not come on. I can't get into bios, of course, to...

try to reset your bios. here is posted a picture of the bios reset jumper-

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to access bios, press f1 immediately at boot, at 1 second intervals. you need to change the graphix adapter from "integrated agp" to "agp" or "pci", depending on your card. this should be under, "boot options>initial display device".

since you prolly have to do this with the integrated video hooked up (since it will be set to "internal vga" until changed) you are prolly up a creek without a paddle.

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Hi, i installed a new hard drive and the monitor isnt getting a signal at all.

Is the system new? What is the VGA you use, on board or exteral? In case of an external VGA take a look if it fits ok at the mobo.

Waiting clarification, don't hesitate to post.

Thanks and regards
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Power supply is good, fans running - no display on

make sure to check the video cable (DVI,VGA,HDMI) if properly connected

if youre using an independent video card and your motherboard has a builtin try to use the integrated to check if the video card is faulty

if you dont have a video card and using the integrated the motherboard might be faulty


Jul 20, 2010 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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Computer will not boot

Option 1 :

Remove completely the mother board from Cabitnet.

Try to check it on other Cabinet.

Option 2

Remove mother board and re- plug the SMPS power Connecter to Mother board outside of cabit and make sure that motherboard is not touching directly to Metal part of cabinnet.

then switch on computer and check

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Brand new motherboard wont start up

try taking 1 stick of ram off the motherboard, and boot up with 1 stick in slot 1 or 2.
You should get some beeps, 1 is system Ok.
3 is usually RAM/Graphics problems.
Also try booting with the motherboard setup disk in the CD Drive, it may be looking for files to initialise the Board.
And the obvious, check that all cabling is correct from mainboard to front panel. Power on/off Reset et,c.
View the user manual to see if the board has any jumper/dip switch settings for different configurations.

Mike @ compurepair.

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EVGA 8800GTS g92 with ASUS P5VD2-MX SE

Suggestion 1: Try switching your Monitor's plug from one DVI to the other. This shouldn't do anything, because your graphic card should display the booting sequence on all connected monitors... however, doesn't hurt to try.

Suggestion 2: New graphic cards are quite a power-hungry monsters... are you sure your power supply is up to the task?
Your current configuration could help in this regard + the make, model and rated Wattage of your PSU.

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ECS 945G-M3 PC build problems

Reading your manual:

On page 23, In bios, select 'advanced' menu item from top, then second option below should be 'OnBoard VGA Share Memory' - set to 64MB.

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