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Video output I am using the video system built into the mother board. What am I doing wrong, and what shoul I do next? Hub

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  • Ken Wood May 11, 2010

    Can you please be more specific? What are the symptoms of your problem and what have you tried already?

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make sure the power is on, cables connected, all components are working and installed correctly?

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Intel E210882 video issues Had a dual vid card...lost it. onboard vid does not work. power supply 100% no blown capacitors I can see. other pci vid cards do not work. no sounds or beeps...just wont work....


The possibility that the video setting in the bios is blocking your video seems to be what could be wrong.
To reset the bios, turn off all power to the board or remove the power cord from the power supply. Find the bios and the jumper next to it, short the jumper for a few seconds, then replace the jumper to it's original position, and then try the computer with a pci video card.

I did some research on the Internet for this board. It seems that the cpu can have video problems, and if that is the case, you will never make video work unless you change the cpu.

Possible fix: Either change the cpu, if that is the problem, or change the mother board to another one which can fit or is a replacement for yours.
you may find a replacement of either one that fits or one which is an exact replacement on Ebay. Do a search for the board you desire. Prices vary, and are not too expensive considering. Prices are from a few $$ to over $50.00. Get one which is known to work correctly and try to get a cpu at the same time, if that is your final choice. One example on Ebay

My suggestion, if I had to do this would be to get another mother board with a cpu which will fit this computer, then re-install what is needed and make the operating system work. A complete restore should not be necessary, if you change the mother board, but many things will have to be re-installed.
A note: It may be a good idea to back up your boot drive on another computer and set it as a slave drive. This way you can save any data which may be destroyed when you re-install, if it is necessary to do that.
Remember, a Windows OS in which you have saved a lot of data to "my documents" will be all removed, and destroyed should you need to re-install any of the operating system. That is why you should consider to backup your original data before starting a new mother board.

Oct 25, 2009 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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Adding a video card and get no output


Look in the motherboards manual for info about installing graphics cards, see if it needs jumpers. Plus make sure you plugged the monitors vga or dvi on the right place (VGA or DVI port ON the graphics card, NOT on the old vga port you used to plug your monitor before )

See if it works otherwise tell me..

Sep 14, 2009 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Motherboard dont do any thing


is your cpu working?
is the video output working?
is the ram working?
have you tried any of the components on another system?
you could have many problems with this board.

Feb 24, 2009 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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I don't know what to do.


sounds like you need a new mother board retun video card find mother board with built in video card

Jan 02, 2009 | Biostar P4M890-M7 (P4M890-M7 PCI-E)...

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Do I need a video card for this mainboard?


Since you have able to connect your monitor to the board it means that it has a built in video on the mother board but there's no display on the screen if that's the case there's a possibility that the built in video is not working fine, so I'm suggesting you get a AGP video card because its really better not to use the built in video.

Jun 16, 2008 | MSI PM8M-V Motherboard

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No Video Output


Do you get any picture at all?

Can you press the F1 key or DELETE key and bring up the Setup menu? Can you see it?

If you can't see the above, it sounds like someone was not grounded to the computer case when they installed the new motherboard. Static electricy is the #1 killer to all electronics. If this is the case, you will have to buy an aftermarket video card and install it to see anything.

The VGA monitor will work with any video cards on the market.

If the motherboard said that it uses an AGP video card. That is the only one it will use. Make sure the card matches the motherboard or it will not work. All video cards are marked on the outside top of the box and your motherboard is maked by the AGP slot. Make sure you get the right speed format also. 8X will only work with a 8X.

I hope this helps and I will check back later to see how you made out.

Apr 01, 2008 | Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for...

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ASUS A8S-X beeps sometimes on startup!


Hi 1 Long, then 3 Short Beeps: Video error The BIOS is unable to access the video system in order to write any error messages to the screen. Diagnosis: This is usually caused by a problem with the video card, or the memory on the video card. Remove your video card inspect it for damage and then re insert it. Try rebooting and see if the error remains. If so replace the battery on the mother board and try a different video card. If you have a video card built in then remove 1 srick of the RAM and re boot. Do the same with the other stick. If the error still remains then there is a fault in the Mother Board I hope this helps!

May 11, 2007 | ASUS A8S-X Motherboard

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Mother board


Firstly your motherboard doesn't have video capabilities built in so you have an addon video card. I doubt there's any problem with the board as it's jumperless and you can't have the CPU settings wrong. Are you getting any beeps when you switch on? The length and number of beeps can tell you where the problem is. The usual problem with no video is either a memory problem or video card problem. If you can borrow another video card try it. Make sure the plug is correctly inserted all the way in and make sure the video card is properly seated in it's slot. I assume you're using the 4x AGP slot. Remove that and try another ot even a PCI card in the PCI slots. You may then get a picture. Actually apart from finding it hard to figure out your actual problem it's very hard to diagnose a fault from the little you've told me. Certainly the motherboard can be faulty and you won't get video but it's the video card you should be looking at first. Have you turned the monitor on and plugged it in?

Jun 03, 2006 | Acer AOpen AX 6B Plus (91.87810.321)...

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