Question about ASUS A7N8XVM-400 (DSAUA7N8XVM400) Motherboard

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DISPLAY PROBLEM NO DISPLAY

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    what motherboard do you have ,make & model number,



    is it a new mobo you are trying to installing.



    are you using the onboard video or a seperate video card pluged into the motherboard.



    what operating system are you using



    this will help me to help you



    Terry

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Hi sulip, your board uses an Integrated nForce 2 with TV-out video card. The nForce shares your system memory to function.
If you have not made any changes to your system memory, I suggest you follow these steps.
1. Please upplug the power cord from the PC
2. Remove your system memory (if more than one DIMM is being used), remove one at a time.
3. Using some house hold alcohol & a cotton swab lightly damp, clean the memory's copper contacts.
4. Blow out the DIMM slot with canned air. (If you have some).
5. Firmly & evenly re-install the DIMM. Do the same to the other DIMM.
6. Plug your power cord back in & start the PC. (do you have display)? If yes than we are all done.
If no, than recheck the cable connection from the PC to the monitor. (good connections). If possible test your monitor by hooking it up to another PC or notebook.
Your board can also use an AGP 8x 1.5volt (only) video card.
You can buy an AGP card or borrow one from a friend & add it to your system. If you get display with the AGP card than your integrated video card is defective.
In case you need to buy an AGP 8x 1.5v card you can find one at this link below.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3569995&CatId=318
This card uses the 1.5 volt spec.
It also has a Lifetime Warranty.

Good Luck!
If I can be of more service, just ask.

Mike

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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