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Monitor doesnt switch on

My monitor doesnt switch on when you turn the computer on. the power supply went got a new one, now i got this can anyone help ples...

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  • loudplumber May 12, 2008

    will i get a answer or will i have to pay first?

  • loudplumber May 12, 2008

    when i plug the montior in i get no signal, [in to the mobo]. tried an APG CARD, but still no signal computer's fans are running just no bleep,no screen,no signal.

  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil May 11, 2010

    You're saying that the power of the monitor is not turning on of it just wont open up?

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Hi loudplumber, I doupt you're monitor functions in the manner you're stating. Does the monitor have a on/off button? If yes than you need to turn on the monitor. Check you're monitor, it will have a seperate power cord (That pluges into a wall AC jack) & a data cord which connects to the PC. If everything is connected correctly as I mentioned you should have a display on you're monitor. If you are not getting display than you're onboard integrated graphics card is not working. To test this you can add an AGP 4x 1.5v only graphics card to you're motherboard.
You can buy an AGP 4x 1.5v video card at this link. (Click on the link).
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3636311&CatId=694

This video card can run both 8x & 4x. You can tell it supports the 1.5v because there are only two copper connections (Not counting the end locking tail). If the video card you are buying has three copper connectors it is not 1.5v compatible. The 4x video card arena is getting smaller. Mfg's are not making AGP card that much any more.

Good luck!
Have more questions? Please feel free to ask.

Mike

Posted on May 12, 2008

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 13, 2008

    I did not mention you have to enter you're bios to set the AGP card to enable. You're manual is a little lacking board. Goto Advanced menu in you're bios & set the AGP card to be seen first. This will automatically disable the onboard VGA.

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