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Re: powers up,but no display
u have do this remove ram of ur pc then clen its pin by one earesr then put its back in slout try to on if not happen
place the one working ram then its not on
then after chek ur bios battery i f problem occres then reset ur bios
may ur problem solvs
thnx to useing fixya
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You need to check if the light on the monitor is green on amber.
If its green then you need to turn off the computer, take out the ram, cmos battery, HDD/CD/DVD cables, power cables, and then put them back, this will ensure there is no static.
If still dont work then you need to take the ram out and start the computer, if it beeps then its a video chipset issue. If it will not beep then its you motherboard that has gone bad.
If the light is amber then remove the monitor cable from the computer and see if you get a message on the monitor stating no input signal, if dont then monitor has gone bad, if you get the message, then follow the steps mentioned above.
Hey Tony, If you haven't already: pull all pci cards: If you pull the ram, and you get no beeps at post, it's likely the main board. Does the pc beep at all? with or without ram? If not, likely the main board. Sorry. Hope this helps...
disconnect the video cable that coonnects the motherboard and monitor...now switch on the monitor ..now a screen saver like video will come on monitor that says to connect the cable this means your motherboard has a prblem call the service center.. if not and still the monitor is on green light it means your display driver in your monitor would have got fried and your motherboard has no problem...
Computer beeping at you is usually a problem with the video card or memory. Try re-seating both and see if you still have the same problem. If you do, individually remove each component and power on to test if the beeps persist.
Try to check the light on the monitor. If it is amber, then check the video cable both from the back of the monitor and the tower. Try a known-good monitor. Check the diagnostic LEDS of the tower. There are four of them in the front panel. When the computer starts normally, the lights flash. After the computer starts, all four lights display solid green. If the computer malfunctions, the color and sequence of the lights identify the problem. If you have a solid green light on the tower, no beeps heard and no video, check the LEDS. If you get 2-4 light, a possible graphics card failure has occurred. If the computer has an external graphics card, open the tower, remove the card and put it back in. If still persist, try a known-good card. If it still does not resolve the problem, try reseating the memory cards. Remove and put it back in. If still no go. Then it's a motherboard problem.
Your Monitor is not connected properly http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/wireless.mspx
Connecting Your Monitor 1. Turn off your computer and unplug the power cord. 2. Connect the white connector end of the DVI cable attached on the monitor to the connectors on the computer. 3. Connect the USB cable that was included with your monitor to the computer and the upstream USB connector on the monitor. Once this cable is connected to the computer and the monitor, you can use the USB downstream on the monitor. 4. Connect any USB devices. 5. Connect the power cord. 6. Turn on your monitor and computer. If you do not see an image, see Troubleshooting Your Monitor.
NOTE: The Monitor will display full screen in White, Black, Red, Green and Blue color rolling pattern on screen if the DVI cable is not connected. This self test pattern will be displayed continually when Monitor detects that DVI cable from Monitor to PC is not connected.
* Check connection integrity at both ends of the video cable. * Ensure the monitor and computer are plugged in to a working electrical outlet. * Ensure power button is depressed fully.