Question about Insignia D300a PC Desktop
The fact that you don't see the insignia splash screen tells me it's not looking good for your computer.
- Have you tried another working monitor with your computer? It could be your monitor died.
- Where is your monitor plugged in on your computer? To the mainboard or a graphics card? It could by your onboard graphics or graphics card has died. Try switching, if possible.
- Have you tried reseting your BIOS? You'll need to open your computer case and look for 3 small metal pins with a connector connecting to two of those pins (it should be on the lower-right hand of the motherboard when you open your case). However, depending on your computer ability, I would generally hold this off.
Unfortunately, without actually being there and without the proper equipment, there's not much I can do. If none of the above helps, then you'll need to open your computer case, and do some equipment checks, however this is only for people who have built computers before and know what they're doing. If you can get a friend thats knowledgeable in building computers to take a look at your computer, then definitely go that route.
All I can do is direct you to the product specifications of your motherboard (the D400a has a D845GVSR motherboard)
Click "Manual" under System resources and download your language version of choice. Good luck.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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