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no and no
no signal means that the connection to the computer is not there (cable not properly in or broken wire ) or the mother board is not working the VGA section of a push in board or the mother board proper
have a computer repair shop check it over for as proper diagnosis and a quote
I think maybe the model number provided is incorrect.
What you are looking for is a barcode with an AA number on it. You need to provide the first six digits after AA, this way we can properly identify your board.
The only way to to fix this if your headers on your wires aren't labeled is to trace them back from the switch it self. Usually they are white and red. The orientation on the motherboard pins doesn't matter since it's only a switch. Make sure you are putting the plug onto the power switch jumpers, and not the power led, reset, etc..
Hi, dont loose faith.
If you look on your mother board along the edge closest to the front of the case you will see a series of pins, usualy about 10 pins.
Printed on the board will be the names of the plugs that match. The wires from the front of the case have corresponding names.
The power and reset switch will work no matter witch way around you put them.
The HDD led and the pwr led will only work one way so if these lights dont work, just reverce the plugs. If desperate you can bridge two pins together at a time until you get the on/off switch. Note you cant hurt anything unless you use a hammer.