Question about ASUS P6T7 WS Supercomputer Core i7 / Intel X58/ DDR3/ Crossfirex & 3-Way SLI/ A&2GL/ Ceb Motherboard

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  • Harleen Nash May 11, 2010

    1. Do you have a hdmi connector to the Monitor or VGA ( usually blue) HDMI is usually (white).? 2. Did you re installed the new mother boards software to the hard drive after the disassembly of the PC> 3. With your new mother board should have been an installation manual. 4. The manufacturers site will have a diagram of the board layout usually in PDF format and is downloadable. 5. If you have another PC connected to your home network you can download and print this information out.



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From reading your issue again I gather that when you dismantled the laptop unit you inadvertently disconnected the video card ribbon cable or connector an therefore no video screen.

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