Wthout dooing sleep or trng off by pwr btn/can I turn off grph card fan
when comp not in use?
actually have double trouble/recent install AVG internet security suite
has over active firewall/shuts out internet/response frm GRISOFT
follow "these instructions"/prgrm does not respond as told it would/
they suggest "get registry fix", but just (less than three weeks) re
boot frm factory disk...they say send file/w avg8inst.Log, but machine
not giving that option, when follow their directions to obtain...
do tou know if they can hook up/w remote assistance....very
tedeious E-mailing back and fourth/me and them(possible/deliberate)
as in did you ever notice, you could be weeks/without an advertisement
frm an anti-virus web site...but the instant your infected...lo and behold
a"helpful" anti-virus site contacts you/within 3-5 second after the trojan
gets in your machine !!!!! now I'm not suggesting that the trojan was
programed to send,back to it's creator,the address of the machine it
infected....but you would have a hard time convincing me otherwise!!!!
anyway A. the add on card fan runs/when I'm logged off
and B. it's becomming tedeious to deal/w AVG/GRISOFT(advised
by Windows security suite) about their product/as I doubt the(free/
trial download) registry repair's claim that I have, get this, 666 errors
in my registry that they would be glad to repair for me, if only I would
send them$ xx.xx........help !!!
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Actually, Yes. It seems like you have answered your own question... Especially considering the monitor works on another computer.
Do you have another monitor to test on this computer?
Although another consideration could be if you recently installed or downloaded a program which may have changed your video output range to a setting your video monitor wont handle. If this is the case and you can start the computer in safe mode, this will allow you to go into your properties settings and change it back. This way, a new vid card is not req.
Check the USB ports for damaged contacts. If the supply powers up and then shuts down immediately, you have a critical error.
Damaged USB port contacts can cause this but so can graphics cards etc. Open the machine up and remove all cards and memory sticks and unplug all the drives but LEAVE THE CPU ALONE!!
Now, turn it on. If it boots and starts beeping ( which it will with no memory installed) shut it down and reinstall each item you removed one at a time and turn it on after each single thing. When it stops booting and does whats its doing now then the last thing you plugged back in is the issue.
If it still doesn't power up with everything removed then the issue is in the mainboard.
If this is th case, my advice is to seek professional advice..
Is the PC actually doing to sleep or is the display just amber with the fan and power light on the PC still running?
Do you have multiple video cards or multiple ports?
You may have the monitor plugged into the non-default port on your video card or the wrong card. Try plugging the monitor into another port as the PC should use all outputs when booting but then define a default display once the driver is loaded. Also take a look at the default video display in your BIOS settings. Depending on what your setup is you should be able to choose between (onboard, PCI, AGP)
This could be a few things though if you have already checked the memory and HD. The next thing I would tell you is that you should check the cpu. Also make sure that everything in the BIOS is set to the default settings when you start it.
On the system board, on the left edge next to the primary IDE connector, there is a 9 pin header.
I usually get a magnify glass and look down on the header . From right to left,you will see PWR led pins closer to the edge of the motherboard.and the Power BTN next to it.(the side of the pins that has 4 pins on it)
Then on the other side, you will see the pins for the HDLED across from the PWR led. Then the Reset pins across the PWRBTN.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe