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My motherboard its always rebooting my computer so my monitor is off but my cpu is still open !

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Try remove and put again Memories, Video Card and Other PCI - Remove Ipod and others USB devices like a Printer, if all this not work, check the power supply.
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The motherboard is not telling you there is no signal, the monitor is..
In this order:

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do you see the light blinking in the monitor? I mean the POWER led light up? If so, then the monitor is ok and is working good. It is your CPU which has a problem and not sending digital signal for the monitor to display.
Try to turn off your computer. After 3 minutes turn it back on. then notice if you will hear a short beep from the CPU. That signals a successful video initialization. If you went through that process, then your computer will get back to life.
However, if you dont hear a short beep from the CPU, then definitely your CPU is frozen therefore there is nothing to display to the monitor.
You need to open the CPU case, pull out memory modules then plug them back in. Then try booting.
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Your cpu froze because of that usb thing. the only way to unfreeze it is to manually reset your hardware in this order.

1. RAM modules. If you can unplug your RAM (memory modules) connected in your motherboard, please do it. Just unplug the modules and then plug it back in. if you have 2 rams, then interchange them when plugging it back. this will force your mobo to refresh its resources.

2. CPU. if you can pull out your cpu chip, then do it. this will refresh your cpu setting in your mobo. (mobo = motherboard)

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Next to test your power supply, unplugg as many devices as possible, remove add-in network and sound cards, unplugg unnecessary USB devices, and rerun your job. If it reboots still then there is a good chance that your power supply is the problem.

Of course, like most computer problems, it is important to rule out software as the culprit. Since corrupted drivers and program files can cause Windows to reboot the computer. The easiest way for you to test this is to re-install Windows. A fresh install of Windows that still reboots will point out a hardware problem.

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Dear Dakel,

Please go to the control panel => power options => then monitor off (it will be 15 min. so select it never)

Your problem will be solved.

Cheerup and Be Happy Always

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