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Monitor black out

Pls help me my monitor is  black out and my hdd is not spinning but my cpu fan is working what can i do/

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I think your cpu is not working, only the fan is working because of the supply of the power in the motherboard. Can you hear some noise or beeping when you open the computer. If you hear the beeping sound maybe the problem is the video card or the memory. Try to remove the video card and insert again to the slot. Remove also the memory and clean the memory slot maybe there is dust block the connection of the memory to the motherboard.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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An ASRock K7VM3.motherboard is a socket A (462) board specifically for the AMD processors. To my experience, these boards (due to age and period of usage) are prone to:
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  • the heatsink tends to be dislodged/misaligned causing overheated processor;
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Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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Hi - benimur


Pls check:
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  • if heatsink is flat on CPU and tight;
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  • with a voltmeter, pls check consistency of the yellow and red wires (+12 and +5);
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2. check the video card also and try to clean
3. check the ide cable or sata connected to the HDD
4. try to chance another cd-rom or use a paper clip to open a emergency eject button, you see to your cd-rom have a small hole ok thnx

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