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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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  • dakel Mar 11, 2008

    thank you very much for the good solution you gave! i really appreciate it!

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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..
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2. Remove the memory stick from the DIMM slots.
3. Remove also the graphic card if you have it in your motherboard.
4. Find the bios jumper settings in your motherboard, refer it to your motherboard manual to do this.
5. Reset the bios and turn it back again to normal.
6. Plug in all the remove hardware.(video-card and memory stick)
7. Close the computer case.
8. Power on the computer. Take note: Be sure you that all the cords you have remove is properly inserted back like the computer power cords,mouse,keyboard,vga and etc.

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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.

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