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Motherboard was replaced. Need to re-install operating system. Monitor does not work when connected to PC, but works when cable is removed.

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Graphics incompatibility is the issue you are facing. there comes a converter for monitor cpu-end of lead by the connection of which u connect it directly to an external VGA.... try using that

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But it sounds to me like your video card or onboard video was messed up when the power supply conked out. If it's onboard video you may be able to switch to a video card. If it's a video card you may need to replace it.

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- Check all the LED power on the monitor, if it has one.
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- Check the video cable from the monitor to the computer to be sure if it is properly connected.
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Personally, I've never seen a monitor damage a motherboard. Since monitors have their own power source, the HP answer of the monitor "drawing too much power" is bogus.

Possible failures could include the following:
  1. Failing Power Supply - if you haven't tried a different power source, then that is the 1st thing I'd look at, expecially if another system will run the monitor.
  2. A peripheral item, (Keyboard, Mouse, Printer, scanner or other USB device is preventing POST completion of boot completion.) try booting system with just video and power, nothing else.
  3. Check the monitor cable for bent/broken pins. I have seen bent pins on a cable connection short out a video card, this could cause a no post if the video is integrated.
  4. I just reviewed the HP site on this system, and it appears to ship with a PCI-E video card. It appears most likely that the Video Card (If one is installed). If you have the PCI-E video card in system, remove it, and connect to the intergrated video connection and see if ystem posts.

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